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Join artisans David Trinder and Morgan Watson for an interactive crafting workshop and get to know how traditional Māori tools were used. Try your hand at simple carving techniques and...

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Who remembers playing Spotlight as a kid? Who still plays it? Now you can play it at the museum. 25 people go in. 24 of them hide, and the one...

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Museum in a Box is a portable mini-exhibition that highlights different heritage themes. This one’s all about the food! Find out about pickled eggs, opossum pie and other delightful treats...

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The Inỹ People of Central Brazil, an exhibition now on in the Art Gallery, is filled with ceramic figures made by villagers in the Brazilian rain forest – humans, jaguars,...

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Palmerston North is among the most culturally diverse cities in Aotearoa, with communities of people from around the globe. Come in and make a memento of your culture using our...

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There’s nothing quite like a movie night out with the whānau. Come and enjoy Encanto on the Art Gallery big screen; we’ll provide some snacks but feel free to bring...

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Manu tukutuku (kites) have an important heritage in Māori culture. Drop in to the museum any time today and have a go at making your own mini manu tukutuku using...

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Tōtaranui cottage is believed to be the oldest residence in Palmerston North. We’re opening it up for a special live tour. Learn some of the stories of the building and...