- Wellington Museum
- Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Guided Tour
- Wellington: Return Cable Car Ticket
- Wellington Botanic Garden
- Wellington Zoo
- Parliament Buildings Guided Tour
- Zealandia by Day Tour
Top Wellington Tourist AttractionsWellington · 7 Items · Mike Watt
Handpicked by a Wellington Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Top Wellington Tourist Attractions'.
As the capital of New Zealand, there are plenty of popular tourist attractions to visit in Wellington. With the city being compact, it's easy to navigate between the tourist attractions, with many being easily reached on foot.
Wellington Museum shares the fascinating stories of the Wellington region, located in the beautiful 1892 heritage building designed by leading architect Frederick de Jersey Clere. From store house to story house, the Museum holds thousands of objects unique to Wellington that traverse its history. Visitors are greeted by a recreation of the old bond store before learning more abo...
Wellington Botanic Garden
25 hectares of beautiful gardens, forest, plants, and interesting sculptures. Easy access via the cable car and offering some of the city's most spectacular views. Wellington Botanic Garden is undoubtedly one of the capital's natural highlights. Established in 1868, the park manages to combine perfectly manicured gardens, a Begonia House and a Victorian glasshouse, with native forest and peacef...
Wellington Zoo offers visitors a sense of fun and wonder. It's also a place to learn and appreciate the need to build a sustainable co-existence between people and wildlife. Situated on 13 hectares and close to the city centre, the Zoo houses more than 500 animals and well over 100 species. Kids will enjoy the 'close encounters' which offers the chance to get close to many of the an...
Parliament Buildings Guided Tour
Welcome to New Zealand Parliament, the home of democracy in New Zealand, and one of the most iconic sets of buildings in Wellington. The Introduction to Parliament tour is our most popular tour, taking place multiple times throughout the day. It is a great way to get a general introduction to our parliamentary processes, the architecture and history of our buildings, and how to have...