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Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium Entry Ticket

Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium Entry Ticket - Auckland, New Zealand
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

From USD
$25.99

Dive under Auckland's waterfront and you'll discover spectacular secrets of the Southern Ocean and see the magic of an Antarctic fantasyland, complete with penguins strutting in fresh snow and ice! You'll get up close to the majestic King and playful Gentoo penguins, see jellyfish displays, find out how we look after our rescued turtles and check out the world's biggest species of stingray swimming above you at our curved tunnel. Experience over 30 live animal exhibits and see over 80 different species in the 13 themed zones.

At SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium there is over 30 exhibits and more than 80 different species ... More info ›

Dive under Auckland's waterfront and you'll discover spectacular secrets of the Southern Ocean and see the magic of an Antarctic fantasyland, complete with penguins strutting in fresh snow and ice! You'll get up close to the majestic King and playful Gentoo penguins, see jellyfish displays, find out how we look after our rescued turtles and check out the world's biggest species of stingray swimming above you at our curved tunnel. Experience over 30 live animal exhibits and see over 80 different species in the 13 themed zones.

At SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium there is over 30 exhibits and more than 80 different species. Featuring 13 themed zones, SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium boasts unique attractions including New Zealand’s first-ever live jellyfish display, the world’s only display of Spiny Sea Dragons and the world’s biggest species of stingray.

Head for the Antarctic Encounter, the walk-through penguin encounter is home to the world’s largest sub-Antarctic penguin colony display and allows visitors to get closer than ever before to the majestic King and playful Gentoo penguins.

Kelly Tarlton’s famous Shark Tunnel (The brainchild of renowned marine archaeologist and diver Kelly Tarlton), home to New Zealand’s largest collection of sharks, is now Maori Pacifica themed. You also have the opportunity to snorkel with the sharks on a Shark Cage Experience and come face-to-face with the great predators of the deep sea.

The Rockpool Experience allows visitors to touch a starfish and, with Amazing Creation and Turtle Rescue interactive zones this truly is a great day out.

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Rainbow Springs Entrance Ticket

Rainbow Springs Entrance Ticket - Rotorua, New Zealand
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Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: Rotorua, New Zealand

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$26.65

Bring the family to see New Zealand’s shy national icon, the kiwi bird, and enjoy unlimited rides on the Big Splash water ride at Rainbow Springs. Your all-day entrance ticket to Rainbow Springs includes a visit to New Zealand’s most successful kiwi conservation center, Kiwi Encounter, and a live bird show.

Your entrance ticket to Rainbow Springs includes all the attractions of New Zealand’s largest kiwi conservation center.

Take a walk through the free-flight aviaries and listen to myriad birdcalls ... More info ›

Bring the family to see New Zealand’s shy national icon, the kiwi bird, and enjoy unlimited rides on the Big Splash water ride at Rainbow Springs. Your all-day entrance ticket to Rainbow Springs includes a visit to New Zealand’s most successful kiwi conservation center, Kiwi Encounter, and a live bird show.

Your entrance ticket to Rainbow Springs includes all the attractions of New Zealand’s largest kiwi conservation center.

Take a walk through the free-flight aviaries and listen to myriad birdcalls. You can also feed wild trout on your visit to Rainbow Springs, and meet Jenny the hand-reared kea bird.

The live bird show at 11:30am daily features cockatoos and parrots performing all kinds of tricks and antics. Throughout the day, you can cool off with unlimited rides on the Big Splash water ride. The nine-minute ride takes you back to the world of the dinosaurs, and introduces you to New Zealand’s wildlife past and present.

The highlight of Rainbow Springs is the Kiwi Encounter, allowing you to get up close to New Zealand’s rare kiwis. You can join one of these special behind the scenes Kiwi Encounter tours.

With your all-day ticket, you can stay on until dark to watch these nocturnal birds at play, and see the park illuminated at night.

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Auckland Museum General Entry Ticket

Auckland Museum General Entry Ticket - Auckland Central, New Zealand
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Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Auckland Central, New Zealand

From USD
$16.66

Auckland Museum is regarded as one of the finest museums in the southern hemisphere and is renowned for its unique collection of Maori and Pacific treasures.

Visit: Auckland Museum

Housed in one of the country's finest heritage buildings, the Museum's three floors tell the story of New Zealand. From the great Polynesian voyages which first brought people to Aotearoa, to the diverse cultures and communities that make up Auckland today, Auckland Museum portrays the rich diversity of New Zealand.

Auckland Museum is regarded as one of the finest museums in the southern hemisphere and is renowned for its unique collection of Maori and Pacific treasures.

Visit: Auckland Museum

Housed in one of the country's finest heritage buildings, the Museum's three floors tell the story of New Zealand. From the great Polynesian voyages which first brought people to Aotearoa, to the diverse cultures and communities that make up Auckland today, Auckland Museum portrays the rich diversity of New Zealand.

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Auckland Museum Entry Ticket including Maori Cultural Performance

Auckland Museum Entry Ticket including Maori Cultural Performance - Auckland Central, New Zealand
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Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Auckland Central, New Zealand

From USD
$29.98

Experience the vibrancy of our Maori cultural performance, including the world famous haka and the chance to meet, talk and take photos with our friendly performers.

Visit: Auckland Museum

Enjoy a vibrant and entertaining 30 minute glimpse of Māori culture at Tāmaki Paenga Hira in an engaging performance which culminates in a high-energy, spine-tingling version of the world-famous haka. The only venue in Auckland providing daily Māori cultural performances, the Museum’s offering is recognized as being one of the best in New Zealand.Your Māori cultural performance also includes the opportunity to meet, talk and take photos with our friendly performers ... More info ›

Experience the vibrancy of our Maori cultural performance, including the world famous haka and the chance to meet, talk and take photos with our friendly performers.

Visit: Auckland Museum

Enjoy a vibrant and entertaining 30 minute glimpse of Māori culture at Tāmaki Paenga Hira in an engaging performance which culminates in a high-energy, spine-tingling version of the world-famous haka. The only venue in Auckland providing daily Māori cultural performances, the Museum’s offering is recognized as being one of the best in New Zealand.Your Māori cultural performance also includes the opportunity to meet, talk and take photos with our friendly performers. Our cultural group is here under the blessing of Ngāti Whātua, our local iwi (tribe) and people of this land.

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Dangerous Skies WWII Exhibition at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre

Dangerous Skies WWII Exhibition at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre - Blenheim, New Zealand
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Duration: 45 minutes
Location: Blenheim, New Zealand

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$13.33

Visit the new ‘Dangerous Skies’ exhibition which features stories from World War II at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Museum. These are tales of daring, valour and tragedy stretching from the British Isles to the forests of Germany, an embattled but courageous Russia and the steaming hot jungles of South East Asia ... More info ›

Visit the new ‘Dangerous Skies’ exhibition which features stories from World War II at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Museum. These are tales of daring, valour and tragedy stretching from the British Isles to the forests of Germany, an embattled but courageous Russia and the steaming hot jungles of South East Asia. Two of the star attractions are a twin engine bomber, the world's only flyable Mk1 Avro Anson and a Griffon powered Mk.XIVe Spitfire. Women also feature more prominently in this exhibition and the Battle of Stalingrad is the stage for an immersive experience that is both entertaining and chillingly thought provoking.
Choose from a guided highlights tour or the self-guided option.

The museum is open 7 days throughout the year with the exception of Christmas Day. Last entry is from 4pm and we close at 5pm. We recommend that you allow a minimum of 45-minute to visit this exhibition.

On the 1st of November 2016, the highly-anticipated unveiling of Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre’s second exhibition ‘Dangerous Skies’ took place. Utilizing the talents of both homegrown and internationally based experts the resulting displays have evolved yet again. Today the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, is a world-class destination for the appreciation of historic aircraft. Not just for enthusiasts, the centre tells the story of aviation during World Wars’ I & II, the time in which the most intense period of aviation development took place.

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WWI and WWII Combo Exhibitions at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre

WWI and WWII Combo Exhibitions at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre - Blenheim, New Zealand
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Blenheim, New Zealand

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$25.99

The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre presents two world-class exhibitions. The first is the original ‘Knights of the Sky’ exhibition, featuring Sir Peter Jackson's own collection of WWI aircraft and artifacts ... More info ›

The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre presents two world-class exhibitions. The first is the original ‘Knights of the Sky’ exhibition, featuring Sir Peter Jackson's own collection of WWI aircraft and artifacts. The story of aviation in the Great War is brought to life in sensational sets created by the internationally acclaimed talent of WingNut Films and Weta Workshop. 

The second is the new exhibition ‘Dangerous Skies’ features stories from World War II. These are tales of daring, valour and tragedy stretching from the British Isles to the forests of Germany, an embattled but courageous Russia and the steaming hot jungles of South East Asia. Two of the star attractions are a twin engine bomber, the world's only flyable Mk1 Avro Anson and a Griffon powered Mk.XIVe Spitfire. Women also feature more prominently in this exhibition and the Battle of Stalingrad is the stage for an immersive experience that is both entertaining and chillingly thought provoking.

The museum is open 7 days throughout the year with the exception of Christmas Day. Last entry is from 4pm and we close at 5pm. We recommend that you allow a minimum of 90-minutes to visit both exhibitions.

In December 2006 the opening exhibition, Knights of the Sky was ground breaking, not just in terms of the historical importance, rarity and scale of the collection but in the innovative way it was presented. The generosity of film director Sir Peter Jackson, the owner of the collection, was integral in bringing the exhibition to life in a series of dioramas utilizing the formidable creative talents of WingNut Films and enhanced by mannequins by Weta Workshop.

On the 1st of November 2016, the highly-anticipated unveiling of Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre’s second exhibition ‘Dangerous Skies’ took place. Utilizing the talents of both homegrown and internationally based experts the resulting displays have evolved yet again. Today the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, is a world-class destination for the appreciation of historic aircraft. Not just for enthusiasts, the centre tells the story of aviation during World Wars’ I & II, the time in which the most intense period of aviation development took place.

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