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This place is definitely worth a visit. I visited as a solo traveller and I was fascinated by the effort and creativity of the kaleidoscopes. Amazing what they have created and willing to share. The owner showing you around and chatting made it nice and...More
This places is a little hidden gem! We loved looking through the many kaleidoscopes and all the different ideas they have come up with to show the kaleidoscope effect. If you are looking for something interesting and a little different to do in Kerikeri I...More
I came here 10 years ago and thought it was great. Am so delighted it is still here today! A great educational visit for the kids and I could look at the wonderful kaleidoscopes all day long! Thank you for creating this wondrous delight!
I had no idea what I was about to see, but was recommended this place to visit by a friend. Robyn and Andrew have made some wonderful kaleidoscopes to try out, including one in the garden. As an Art enthusiast, the ideas and possibilities are...More
We had a wonderful visit to the Scopes workshop - having rung in advance (to make sure they were home and not at one of the local markets), we arrived at the workshop to discover that they had set up some wonderful displays of their...More
You have to ring in advance to make sure they are 'home for business' but it's well worth it. Handmade kaleidoscopes made from glass, kauri wood and bits of shells and other wonderful bits of material.....all stunning and you'll enjoy looking through the large 'telescope'...More