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This place is so quiet, you might pass it by. It's across from the Whanganui Regional Museum. Its exterior is an international style mesh of whiteness. Inside is a place of peace with various memorials and stained glass. You may only spend a few minutes...More
Built to remember the boys lost to war, this is a most unusual monument. Lots of steps to a look out point that provides incredible views in all directions.
Well kept and clean, it was a fab thing to do. Take the underground elevator up,...More
This building is recognised nationally as one of the breakthrough buildings of post WW2 New Zealand architecture. While it has a memorial function, it is essentially an events centre, with a small tiered theatre and a very large main hall. The interest for the visitor...More
An interesting memorial practically right in the town centre on St Hill St with a great view overlooking the town, sports oval and velodrome. It overlooks Cooks Gardens as well. There is an old wooden tower also which is obviously prone to earthquake damage and...More
This is an amazing venue for any celebration, meeting, expo's, conferences. It also has a great story about how it was built. They have an awesome team that are more than happy to talk to you about it.