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The World of WearableArt and Classic Cars Museum is an iconic Nelson visitor attraction that celebrates two passions united by design. Amazing works of wearable art from the annual WOW Awards Show are displayed alongside one of Australasia's largest...more
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Cadillac Way Off Quarantine Rd, Nelson 7040, New Zealand
All reviews wearable art on display amazing costumes car enthusiast fashion show something for everyone mind blowing blown away couple of hours rainy day world class worth a visit entry fee great place to visit visiting nelson new zealand wow
I have lived in nelson a few years and was yet to pay this place a visit. When I did so I was pleasantl suprised. The art works were amazing, as were the displays. I just wish there was more to see. It was very...More
The clothes on display are out of this world, literally. They are made for the WOW event and are displayed and worn to be judged. Mostly made from all sorts of items chosen to be amazing. There is also a Classic Car display of wonderful...More
This museum was one of the most unique we have ever been to. The costumes were truly brilliant and the car museum was excellent. Any car buff and fashionista must see this museum! There’s something for everyone.
The Wearable art part is a completely different form of art effectively using the human form and clothing as a canvas for the artist's message. It is worth seeing if you haven't seen something like this before, Then there is the collection of cars which...More
I am not an artist, but even so i was totally inspired by my latest visit to the WOW Museum,
From the Scarlet themed displays inside the entrance, the Maori inspired costumes and the Alien-type costumes next, followed by the Neon designs in the UV-lit...More
We arrived mid morning on a airplane. The intention was to visit here first, We did not realise it was so close to the airport.
5 mins later we were parked up and walking inside.
We appreciated the Art..... variety of skills and materials. I'm...More