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Website established 23 November 2017 - Last updated 4 March 2024


The Museum is open Sundays 2-4pm or by appointment

Updated: Wainuiomata Development Company and Related Papers

Features:
Wainuiomata School Centennial Jubilee 1857-1957 - Digitised Booklet (7MB)

Historical Tour of Wainuiomata Many towns have walking tours to show visitors the local historical sites. There are many of these in Wainuiomata, and people do not realise just how old some of these are. For instance, the first school was built 20 years before the one in Petone. Similarly, the first church in Petone was built over 20 years later than the one in Wainuiomata. The problem is that at 73% of the land area of Hutt City, Wainuiomata is too big to walk between many of the points of interest. So, let your mouse do the walking on this virtual tour. You may want to visit some of the sites in person.



The Wainuiomata Historical Museum exists to encourage and promote the study of and interest in history generally and of that relating to Wainuiomata and its immediate surrounding areas in particular.

President: Gavin Wallace
Email: wainuimuseum@gmail.com
Phone: +64 (04) 564 8180
Website: www.nzpictures.co.nz/wainuimuseum.htm

Visitor Information
Museum Location: Main Road, Wainuiomata - in the grounds of the Wainuiomata Primary School
Normal hours: 2pm-4pm every Sunday and by arrangement - Admission: $2 per Adult, 50c per child (No Eftpos)