Te Awamutu Museum

Community Organisation

Te Awamutu Museum
135 Roche Street
Te Awamutu 3800
21 days ago

Queen Victoria Lithograph

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

In support of Ancestry Month August 2022, we're showing the spectacular Queen Victoria lithograph. Historically significant to Waipā, it was commissioned by Queen Victoria and gifted In 1849 to Hoani Papita Kahawai and Kingi Hori Te Waru of Ngāti Apakura from Rangiaowhia as an … View moreIn support of Ancestry Month August 2022, we're showing the spectacular Queen Victoria lithograph. Historically significant to Waipā, it was commissioned by Queen Victoria and gifted In 1849 to Hoani Papita Kahawai and Kingi Hori Te Waru of Ngāti Apakura from Rangiaowhia as an acknowledgement of a gift of flour from their flour mill. Come and learn of its incredible history!

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42 days ago

To the Dogs Exhibition

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

A celebration of man’s best friend and the work they do in our community. Learn all about Police dogs, Detector dogs and Search & Rescue dogs. Fun activities for all!

July - Aug 2022

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42 days ago

School Holiday Activities

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

To The Dogs Hunt & Activities
Sat 9th - Sat 23 July
Free Activities - available daily

Come and do our To The Dogs Hunt and some other fun activities. Design and draw your perfect dog!Make a dog finger puppet!
All Tui & Tama Club participants receive a special To The Dogs Badge.

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To The Dogs Hunt & Activities
Sat 9th - Sat 23 July
Free Activities - available daily

Come and do our To The Dogs Hunt and some other fun activities. Design and draw your perfect dog!Make a dog finger puppet!
All Tui & Tama Club participants receive a special To The Dogs Badge.

Check out our website and FB page for details.

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78 days ago

Museum closed for Staff Training 16 June

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

The Te Awamutu Museum will be closed for the day Staff Training on 16 June, reopening at 10am on 17 June.

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94 days ago

We Love Eels Exhibition & Activities

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Did you know that Longfin eels have lived in New Zealand for 80 million years?
Colour an eel for our wetland mural and enjoy other family-friendly activities while learning about this endangered New Zealand species.

On until the end of June 2022

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