The first Museum meeting to form a committee was held in 1977. We now have our own building plus a refrigerated container which we have painted, roofed, installed a de-humidifier and developed as an asset to store photographs and records of local in a safe environment.
Pahiatua was the site of the Polish Childrens Camp and we are the first museum to house the history of the Polish children who came to New Zealand following the Second World War.
Pahiatua Museum C/- 3 Tiraumea Rd, Pahiatua
06-376 7649 or 06-3767445
Pahiatua Museum is staffed by volunteers who follow up on research requests and maintain the museum site.
33 Sedcole St, Pahiatua
2pm-4pm Sunday or by appointment
Adult $2.00 Child 50c
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