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Te Papa Forest
New Zealand

The amazing museum of Te Papa, showing New Zeland's history and heritage in a way that allows you to interact with so much of the exhibits. It is open every day of the year and it is free! But be prepared to spend a full day here if you want to explore it thoroughly. Plenty of cafes to restore your weary body.

Check ahead to see what current exhibitions are running, and join a one-hour guided tour for an in-depth experience

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Taken: 17/01/2013
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