Rotorua Museum Te Whare Taonga O Te Arawa help

Rotorua Museum Te Whare Taonga o Te Arawa is housed in the magnificent Bath House building situated in beautiful Government Gardens. The Bath House, constructed as a therapeutic spa in 1908, is listed as a Category 1 Historic Building and is believed to be the most photographed building in New Zealand. The building closed to the public in November 2016 to undertake seismic assessment and strengthening.

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Images of Maori and taonga on this website are of spiritual and cultural importance to Te Arawa and other iwi depicted. We ask that these images are treated with respect.

Contact Details

Private Bag, Rotorua

64-7-350 1814

Visitor Information

Oruawhata, Rotorua

Currently closed for seismic strengthening.


Wheelchair access


Reference library



Function space

Guided tour

Public programmes

Membership club


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