Akaroa Museum is focused on the history of Banks Peninsula. Its collections are varied from archives, archaeology and art to zoology. A full range of museum services is provided to the community and visitors, including changing exhibitions, research services and access to an extensive collection. The Museum is open 363 days a year.
The Akaroa Museum was established in 1964 around the historic Langlois-Eteveneaux cottage, a rare remnant of the French presence in Akaroa. Since then, the Museum has expanded to include three exhibition galleries, a research room, theatre, and shop. Two additional heritage buildings, the old Akaroa Court House and the Custom House are also under the care of the Museum.
PO Box 35, Akaroa 7542
71 Rue Lavaud, Akaroa
10.30am-4.30pm Summer, 10.30am-4pm Winter
Free Charges may apply to group bookings or special events
Other FacilitiesResearch services / Assistance with the development of programmes for school visits (bookings are essential) / Museum shop / Video presentation
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