We invite you to visit the Albertland Museum which houses memorabilia and history of the Albertland Settlement of the 1860’s.
William Rawson BRAME had the vision of an ideal classless society to be established under the 40 acre free land scheme of the time. Migrant ships including Matilda Wattenbach, Tyburnia, Hanover, Ida Zeigler, William Miles, Gertrude, Annie Wilson and others transported almost 3000 Albertland migrants to the colony.
The settlers became known as "The Albertlanders" and our Museum holds extensive genealogical, school and cemetery records, passenger lists, memorabilia, historic photos, diaries, letters and Albertland family histories.
Visitors from Te Papa have stated “The Albertland Museum houses a unique and irreplaceable collection that cannot be replicated within New Zealand.” Come and visit us. We are less than one hour north of Auckland City.
PO Box 128, Wellsford, New Zealand 0900
Memorial Park, Port Albert Rd, Wellsford. Only 100 meters from the junction of SH1 & SH16
Open most days except Christmas Day and Good Friday. Mon - Sat 11am - 3pm Sun 1pm - 3pm Special groups may be catered for outside these hours.
$5. 00 for adults $1.00 children
Other FacilitiesGenealogy Records, W H Marsh Photographic Collection, Membership club, Historical Books for sale including 2003 edition "The Albertlanders, Brave Pioneers of the 1860's" Good off street parking.
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