Incredible, worth the visit for young and old alike. It was so colourful, and very insightful into the mind of an accentric artiste.
I don’t want to diminish the importance of the Te Aro Pa site, but for the tourist I thought it was underwhelming. It is simply a room off the street, with two glassed off excavation sections. There are some informative boards in the room, but the excavations contain just a few exhibits. Take a quick look if you are walking... More
Te Aro Pa was a thriving Maori village located in what is now central Wellington. European settlement eventually covered the village. When a Victorian building was demolished a few years ago to make way for an apartment building, the remains of some of the whare (huts) from Te Aro Pa were found. This was amazing, as the whare were constructed... More
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