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Conan0710 wrote a review Sep 2020
Turangi, New Zealand46 contributions3 helpful votes
I was wanting to find some further details on grandparents and where they lived. The two ladies in the museum were extremely helpful, went to all lengths to gather information for me. Found some information, but need another day or two at least to source more.
Date of experience: September 2020
GaryBrazel wrote a review Oct 2019
Brooklyn, New York384 contributions40 helpful votes
Good exhibition center with Maori and European settler artifacts as well as local arts and crafts. There is historical and geological (earthquake and volcano) information also. It’s well displayed and has informative descriptions. It’s free (donations accepted).
Date of experience: October 2019
763anne wrote a review Jul 2018
Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand94 contributions24 helpful votes
May be what some call small but this Museum and Arts was tops on displays, variety information, the Art Exhibition and was full of exhibits that were fascinating and interesting. The use of a wheel chair was a bonus for someone with a disability.
Date of experience: July 2018
Rebecca B wrote a review Feb 2018
8 contributions4 helpful votes
The Whakatane Museum is no where near as good as the old museum in Whakatane. The new museum which is attached to the Library, doesn’t even contain half of the exhibits the old one and is really small . On the plus size the Art Gallery is a great addition and contains some very intriguing pieces of work.…
Date of experience: January 2018
Glennis B wrote a review Nov 2017
Whakatane, New Zealand318 contributions81 helpful votes
it has a small local content in the museum, and ever changing art in the galleries mostly local artists , but sometime has unusual stuff like monks making sand mandalas
Date of experience: November 2017