Wellington Things To Do (196 results)

  • Tarot Zamm Tarot Reader

    TAROT ZAMM - TAROT Reader Now at Level 1, James Cook Arcade 294 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
    Mondays and Saturdays- Appointments only between 930am to 230pm Tuesdays to Fridays: 9:

    Shopping, Landmark

  • Museum Of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

    The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is the national museum and art gallery of New Zealand, located in Wellington. It is branded and commonly known as Te Papa and Our Place; "Te Papa Tongarewa"


  • Library Bar Wellington

    Reading Room / Lounge Bar / Live Music / Sweets & Treats

    Library, Bar

  • Old St. Paul's, Wellington

    You may be looking for Old St. Paul's Cathedral, a destroyed cathedral in the City of London. Or for Old Saint Paul's, Edinburgh, of the Scottish Episcopal Church. Old St. Paul's is a former cathe

    Church, Event Venue, Landmark, Concerts, Historical Place, Building

  • Kirkcaldie & Stains Ltd

    Kirkcaldie & Stains is more than just a store. It's the ultimate shopping destination, a retail mecca where local & international brands grace the shelves

    Department Store, Shopping

  • Mighty Mighty

    For more info + upcomming gigs:
    On any given night you may come across… hula hoopin, burlesque ladies, rollerskating ukelele orchestras, indie rock bands, limbo experiments, 12 teams a quizzin’,


  • Matterhorn

    Matterhorn. Purveyors of the finest in food, drink and culture. Serving you 7 ways in 7 days. Open Mon - Sun 3pm to late. Reservations available.
    THE PAST The Matterhorn story is an oral history

    Bar, Beer Garden, Restaurant

  • Kura Gallery Wellington

    Kura showcases artworks unique to Aotearoa/New Zealand and exhibits an extensive range of original, quality Maori and New Zealand made art and design.
    With galleries in Auckland and Wellington, Ku

    Art Gallery

  • Wellington Zoo

    Distinguished from the fictional Wellington Zoo near the Forest of Dean in England in the Primeval (TV series). Wellington Zoo is nestled in the green belt of Wellington, New Zealand. Now over 100 y


  • Carter Observatory

    The Carter Observatory stands at the top of the Botanic Gardens in Wellington, New Zealand. It re-opened in March 2010 following a NZ$5 million refurbishment, with a new exhibition and digital planeta

    Attractions, Planetarium, Observatory

  • The Embassy Theatre

    The Embassy Theatre is a movie theatre in Wellington, New Zealand, located at the Eastern end of Courtenay Place in the shadow of Mount Victoria. Originally built in 1924, the building has undergone a

    Theater, Cafe, Bar

  • Westpac Stadium

    Wellington Regional Stadium (commercially known as Westpac Stadium) is a major sporting venue in Wellington, New Zealand. Due to its shape and silver coloured external walls, it is colloquially known

    Stadium, Music Venue, Sports Center

  • Museum City & Sea

    The Museum of Wellington City & Sea is a museum on Queens Wharf in Wellington, New Zealand. It occupies the 1892 Bond Store, an historic building on Jervois Quay on the waterfront of Wellington Ha

    Museum, History Museum

  • Wellington Cable Car

    The Wellington Cable Car is a funicular railway in Wellington, New Zealand between Lambton Quay, the main shopping street, and Kelburn, a suburb in the hills overlooking the central city, rising over

    Tour, Railway, Tram

  • Circa Theatre

    Located on the iconic waterfront right next to Te Papa, Circa is Wellington's largest professional theatre, with over 35 years of quality performances.
    Circa online: Twitter: www.twitter.com


  • Dowse Art Museum

    Leading contemporary art museum with a changing programme of exhibitions and events.
    The Dowse presents a diverse programme of local, national and international artists and designers. A lively eve

    Art Gallery, Art Museum

  • Bats Theatre

    BATS Theatre is New Zealand's leading venue for the development of new theatre practitioners and plays. Most of the productions at BATS Theatre are New Zealand works. Ninety per cent of its annual pro


  • Downstage Theatre

    The Downstage Theatre was a theatre in Wellington, New Zealand, and the country's longest running professional theatre, established in 1964. The founders at the inaugural meeting in the Wellington Pub


  • New Zealand Cricket Museum

    Welcome to the New Zealand Cricket Museum's official Facebook page. Look out for our Ton Up and Ten Up features, plus some of the more unique highlights from our collection.
    Home of New Zealand cr

    History Museum, Stadium, Sports

  • The National Tattoo Museum Of New Zealand

    The official Facebook page for the National Tattoo Museum of New Zealand
    The only Museum of its kind in the South Pacific, this Museum showcases indiginous and contemporary tattoos from not only N

    Art Museum, History Museum, Tattoo Piercing

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