Walk Wellington - Wellington
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Walking tours are often the best way of getting to know a city. Put your feet on the ground and join the local knowledgeable guides of Walk Wellington who will take you deep into the nooks and crannies of this compact but exciting capital city. Rather than gleaning your information from a stuffy guidebook, experience Wellington up close, learning in an interpretive way from your informative guides all about the city's past, present and its people.
All walking tour options depart from the i-Site in Civic Square.
Essential Wellington Walks:
This guided 2 1/2 hours hours walk option is set at an easy pace and takes in key landmarks. Highlights include Civic Square, Queens Wharf, Lambton Quay, Old Government Buildings (the largest wooden building in the southern hemisphere), the grounds of Parliament, Old St Paul's and Wellington's beautiful waterfront.
Departs: Daily (except Christmas Day and Good Friday) at 10.00am, rain or shine.
Pricing: Adult $20 / Child $10
Bookings are not essential, but can be made directly through the I Site Visitor Centre on the Corner Victoria & Wakefield Streets.
During the months of December, January and February, take advantage of the longer hours of daylight and warmer weather with this 90 minute walking tour through Wellington's centre. Highlights include the Old Bank Arcade, Wellington's waterfront, Civic Square, Courtenay Place, Queens Wharf and Embassy Theatre - home of the 2003 world premiere of Lord of the Rings.
Departs: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except Christmas Day) at 5.30pm (December, January and February).
Pricing: Adult $20 / Child $10
Personalised & Group Walks
Customised tours to suit individual and group interests are offered by Walk Wellington. Tours can be arranged at times to fit with your schedules. You might want to expand the tour to include notable tourist attractions such as the Wellington Cable Car, or perhaps a stroll through the beautiful Botanic Gardens. Consult Walk Wellington in advance to design and shape the tour you want to take. Pricing can be discussed by emailing Walk Wellington.
Please visit Walk Wellington or call +64 4 473 3145 for more information.
Essential Wellington Walks depart every day at 10.00am or 5.30pm (December to February) for the Evening Walks.
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