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We really enjoyed visiting this very special museum. The displays were really well done, a lot to see. We were also greeted by extremely welcoming volunteers who were passionate about the place.
We would definately recommend this museum to all.
Lovingly tended by volunteers, .warkeorth Museum is a fascinating stroll through the area history, including NZ service during World Wars, the settlement of the area, and lots of social history including beautiful women’s handicrafts.
We stopped here on our way to the Bay of Islands but it shouldn't be seen as just a comfort stop but an attraction in it's own right. Perhaps it would have been better if we could have stayed a bit longer but we were...More
Have lived in the area for many years and have never visited. Went today when visiting family and it was absolutely amazing. Learned so much about the area and its people. It is all run by volunteers who are so informative. What a pleasure to...More
Nice little park close to town with a collection of local artifacts collected and donated over the years.
Nice documentation of how the town grew based on timber and petrified gum from some amazing trees. Great mention of American soldiers that were stationed here before...More
If you are of a 'certain age' then all too many things will be recognisable. Not perhaps from personal experience but from parents and grandparents. The museum gives an insight into life in the area and what generated wealth. The video presentation on the top...More
Historic artefacts and objects are so interesting in these small town museums because for those of us of 'older generation', they seem so recent! Our grandparents owned those things! This is what makes a visit so special. Besides the museum there is a great facility...More