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Martinborough Museum News

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The museum is open again.  Saturdays 11.30-3.30 pm, Sundays 11.30-1.30pm

Here are a few things you can do there:

Marvel at Moa bones found in caves near Martinborough

Learn about the historic building that houses the museum

See how early residents of Martinborough lived 

Admire the Maori toanga

View vintage clothing

Watch our historic photo show

Check out Napoleon’s (maybe) stocking 

Have a go on a typewriter or a party line phone

Kids, test your skills as a museum detective

Hours 11.30-3.30 on Saturday and 11.30-130 on Sunday.

And, speaking of detectives, can you work out where this picture of Martinborough was taken?

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