Museums, Heritage & Arts
The Manawatu region is home to the most amazing art, culture and heritage collections displaying an evolving array of collections. Discover the New Zealand Rugby Museum or be inspired by the many art galleries, sculptures and murals.
Nau mai Hāere mai - Welcome to our backyard. Sit back, buckle in and relax as we drive you around Turangi to Tongariro National Park, the first Dual World-Heritage Park. Tours for you in-mind and we can custom transfers to suit. Contact us today!
Te Takinga Street
The Coach House Museum is an outstanding collection of rural heritage which showcases over 140 years of local early settler life, farming and historic horse-drawn transportation. A vast, awe-inspiring collection that is a must see for all ages.
121 South Street
County Fayre is a community initiative to preserve valley history and support community projects. There is an extensive gallery of historic photographs and Roll of Honour, with local crafts and Devonshire Teas for sale. Run by local volunteers.
976 Finnis Road
Te Manawa is the cultural heart of a city that thrives on discovery – entertaining and inspiring people from all walks of life for more than 40 years. It’s more than a museum and a gallery. It’s a place where concepts and communities come together.
326 Main St
In the little village of Mangatainoka, only 30 minutes south of Palmerston North, you'll find the legendary Tui Brewery, with its iconic brick tower, new brew house, cafe, free museum, quirky shop and yes… top notch Tui beer. Check out their brewery
State Highway 2