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Registered with the New Zealand Historic Places Trust as having ‘outstanding significance,’ Nairn Street Cottage was built by William Wallis in the 1850s as a home for his family. It is Wellington’s oldest original cottage. It’s also home to the story of the Wallis Family who lived there for three generations.
Admission includes a tour of the clapboard cottage and the timeless heritage gardens, where the story of these early settlers and their descendants is brought to life. The cottage also features a number of local artefacts and interesting collections from around the region. Alongside the cottage is a visitor’s area where you can find more information about the place and its historical significance.
Nairn Street Cottage, 68 Nairn Street, Mount Cook, Wellington Central, Wellington, New Zealand.
- Open: Tours at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm every Saturday and Sunday. Summer hours (1 January through to 19 March): Open every day with tours at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
Preise und Bedingungen
(16 Jahre und jünger)