Over 20 fact-finding travel articles that are both interesting and useful to anyone travelling to Wellington for the first, second or third time. Written by the team here at What to do in Wellington as well as a few ‘guest writers’, we think you will find our locals guide to Wellington full of practical advice and useful suggestions that are based on how much time you have given yourselves to stay. From the cable car, botanical gardens and Te Papa Museum to the best restaurants, bars and where to go out at night and party the night away!
5 Best Things to do in Wellington The 5 best things to do in Wellington include a drive up to Mount Victoria Lookout and a cable car journey. Other highlights are Te Papa Museum, a walk alon... Read more
The Best of a Wellington Cruise Ship Day Tour Finding the perfect Wellington cruise ship day tour that ticks all the boxes will require some research. As a cruise ship passenger arriving in... Read more
The Best Free Things To Do In Wellington The best free things to do in Wellington range from Wellington’s museums such as Te Papa to the government beehive parliament tour. Well... Read more
The Museum of Wellington City and Sea is one of the most popular small museums in the world. It has also just changed its name to Wellington Museum. It is equally historic as its location: t... Read more
At the top of the Wellington Cable Car you will find the Carter Observatory Stargazing centre which is one of Wellington’s top tourist attractions. Named after Charles Carter, who beq... Read more
One Of Wellington’s Favourite Tourist Attractions – The Details The Wellington Cable Car experience is, without a doubt, one of the best sightseeing attractions in the city. This... Read more
Te Papa Museum is the national museum of New Zealand. The Te Papa Tongarewa, is an innovative and progressive state-of-the-art institution that celebrates New Zealand’s Maori culture, enviro... Read more
Location and description of the Wairarapa Region The good news is that the Wairarapa vineyards are easily reached by rail or an hour’s drive from Wellington. They are close enough to t... Read more
Wellington’s Zealandia wildlife & walks paradise is a must-do experience for any nature lover and outdoor enthusiast. Just ten minutes from the city centre, this ground breaking ec... Read more
Old St. Paul’s Church, situated at Mulgrave Street in Thorndon, Wellington, is one of New Zealand’s oldest churches. Its exterior, although undisputedly attractive, gives the vis... Read more
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