New Zealand Rugby Museum

The New Zealand Rugby Museum contains New Zealand's biggest and most comprehensive collection of rugby memorabilia and records, including some of the world's rarest rugby artefacts.

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Visit the iconic New Zealand Rugby Museum in Palmerston North. The home to the first museum devoted to the oval ball - this is a must see! You'll be rewarded with a trip back in time exploring the rich history and folklore of the nation's mighty game with an unmasking of its rugby heroes and legends. Get a feel for the real New Zealand by learning how its rich rugby heritage has shaped and been shaped by our country. It's not every day you can see the nation's treasures in their reality, from the first 'fern', the oldest All Blacks jersey and the oldest rugby ball to current All Black star Dan Carter's boots! And test out your rugby skills - kick, tackle, leap, sprint or push - in the 'Have a Go' area.



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Physical address
326 Main Street
Palmerston North

Months of Operation:
All months of the year

Hours:
10am to 5pm 7 days a week

Pricing and Conditions
$12.5 - $12.5