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Sightseeing and landmarks in Rotorua

History museums

History Museum
“Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. It is the home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, to mud pools, hot springs, to silica formations to the Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. Te Puia shared these treasures with manuhiri (visitors) for 170 years and proudly continue that legacy today.”
  • 42 locals recommend

Historic sites

History Museum
“Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. It is the home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, to mud pools, hot springs, to silica formations to the Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. Te Puia shared these treasures with manuhiri (visitors) for 170 years and proudly continue that legacy today.”
  • 42 locals recommend
Performing Arts Venue
“A great experience for those wishing to partake in a Maori feast (hangi) and traditional Maori song and dance.”
  • 41 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A chance to talk around a real Maori village, and see the beautiful Saint Faith's church - a mixture of European and Maori architecture.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Historic Site
“This is an archaeological site where the events of the Tarawera eruption which took place on the 10th June 1886 comes to life. Learn about the devastation caused by the eruption.”
  • 1 local recommends

Libraries

Library
“Great place for a quiet spell. Informative talks. Great childrens play area in the front and an excellent cafe.”
  • 1 local recommends
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