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Kate Sheppard Camellia Lens Cloth Celebrating 125 years of Women’s Suffrage Celebrate 125 years of women’s suffrage in New Zealand with this special edition Kate Sheppard Camellia Lens Cloth. In 1893 New Zealand became the first country in the world to give all women the right to vote . Kate Sheppard was most significant as leader of […]
This small copper Weta by Wellington artist John Rook, has masterfully captured the frightening appearance of New Zealand’s iconic insect using copper wire.
By making a cash donation to one of our museums, you are helping to support our conservation, acquisition and educational programmes as well as the maintenance of our iconic buildings.
Exclusive to Museums Wellington, the Gripmen Rules tea towel is part of our custom Gripmen range aimed at celebrating the history of Wellington’s Cable Car.
In this Māori weaving book, the text and detailed photographs show the steps in selecting, preparing and weaving flax plus much much more.
Author: Huia Publishing
First Published 2015
This product is also available for purchase in store at the Cable Car Museum and Wellington Museum.
A DVD postcard looking at the private cable cars of Wellington.
This souvenir magnet is a fun play on road signs around New Zealand. Whether you’re from New Zealand or just visiting this cute little magnet makes a great gift for yourself or someone else as a perfect reminder of your time in this beautiful country.
This lens cloth features a variety NZ Native flowers such as the Mount Cook lily, Chatham Island forget-me-not, Kowhai, Kidney fern, and Pohutukawa.
It is perfect for cleaning glasses, sunnies, laptop screens, tablets, phones and more.
Carry the iconic New Zealand Christmas Tree flower wherever you go with the stylish Geometric Pohutukawa Pin!
As the weather warms up into summer here in Aotearoa, Pohutukawa trees can be seen along coastlines all around the North Island beginning to blossom and burst into full crimson bloom.
Carry the cheerful spirit of the cheeky pīwakawaka wherever you go with the stylish Geometric Pīwakawaka Pin! The pīwakawaka, or fantail, is one of New Zealand’s best loved native birds.
This is a perfect full-colour reference book for everyone enchanted by the beauty of the locations in the movie trilogy. Updated in 2011, the Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook contains valuable background information and exclusive anecdotes about the filming.
Craig Fletcher Ceramic Daisy Pendant Craig’s sculptured ceramic jewellery is handmade in New Zealand using local clays. He started out creating magnificent works of ceramic and bronze and has recently expanded his talent to these unique and quirky jewellery pieces. They are painted with watercolours, acrylics and inks, and then sealed. This beautifully crafted Craig […]
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