New Zealand may be a young country, but the diverse wealth of Maori culture, performing arts, literature, museums and art galleries will leave even the most fervent arts and culture buffs completely satisfied.
Art galleries are the window to New Zealand’s soul. They reflect something of where we’ve been and where we’re going and there are hundreds to explore.
Museum visits are not about dusty artefacts. In New Zealand, museums provide an educational insight of our culture, history and contemporary themes.
Whilst comparatively New Zealand is still a young country, the wealth of accessible heritage attractions will keep history enthusiasts entertained.
New Zealand's Māori culture is an integral part of Kiwi life and adds a unique, dynamic experience for visitors.
New Zealand has a vibrant performing arts scene reflecting both Polynesian and European culture.
New Zealand’s popularity as an international film making destination means movie buffs are spoiled for choice when it comes to film locations to visit.
Whether you're an amateur or a professional, New Zealand is a photographer's paradise and you'll find an incredibly diverse range of targets for your lens.
New Zealand’s diverse literary tradition owes as much to its rich Māori and Polynesian heritage as it does to its pioneering history.
Browsing local art and craft galleries is one of the joys of travel. In New Zealand you get the added bonus of an art-rich indigenous culture to discover.