Cable Car Museum

Cable Car Museum demonstrates how technology was used to shape the city. Located in the original winding house the museum is a unique resource that ads to eth layers of the Wellington story.

If you can’t make it into the Cable Car Museum, we can engage with your akonga regardless of alert levels! We have a team of kaiako who would love to support the inquiries from your akonga, answer pātai and support your local curriculum, either via Zoom or with an in-person visit to your kura.

Get in touch with our team to discuss your requirements and any questions you may have for your next visit. Please note that charges apply for all our education programmes.

The Wellington Cable Car

The Wellington Cable Car

Look into the city's past and present changes in technology

Year 5 – 8.

Look into the city’s past and present changes in technology, and how the Wellington Cable Car has played a big part in how the city has developed.

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Harbour and Hills​

Harbour and Hills​

With Wellington Museum and Cable Car Museum

Year 3 – 8.

This visit includes a visit to Wellington Museum, Cable Car Museum and Cable Car fare. Single Trip ​$6.00​ per student and ​$2.50​ per adult, OR Return Trip ​$8.00​ per student and ​$4.50​ per adult.

This programme introduces students to stories of our harbour, from its creation (Ngake and Whataitai) to its uses over time and its special place in the center of New Zealand. The programme continues with a ride on the Cable Car, an appreciation of the view at the top and finishes with a visit to the Cable Car Museum. Students are introduced to many stories around the history of the Cable Car, from the planning process to the first rides to a little girl who helped her engineer father clear the way before blasting through the rocks to construct the tunnels and many more. Students are invited to climb aboard the original Cable Car in style – with our dress-ups.

Duration: 1 hours 30 minutes at Wellington Museum, and Cable Car trip, and 45 minutes at the Cable Car Museum.

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