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Walk Wellington

111 Wakefield Street | end of Cuba St, Wellington 6141, New Zealand
+64 4-473 3145
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A great introduction to the city. Our guide Peter was very knowledgeable. Despite the terrible... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
david1234568
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Excellent guided tour

Our guide, Keith, was friendly, informative and enthusiastic. He pointed out many things one would... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Take a walk - Every day at 10.00am, Walk Wellington gives you an excellent introduction into this exuberant, walkable city and its people. Our guides have a deep knowledge and love of Wellington and enjoy helping to make your visit an absolutely positively fantastic experience. Walks take two to two and a half hours. We walk every day except Christmas Day and Good Friday, rain or shine, so it's best to dress to suit the weather. During the summer (December through March) take advantage of Wellington's long days with an evening walk on Monday, Wednesday or Friday at 5.00pm. Walk Wellington tours leave from the i-SITE Visitor Centre 111 Wakefield St at Cuba St, adjacent to Civic Square. Look for the guide in the bright, green vest! Our stand is just inside the doors on the left.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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111 Wakefield Street | end of Cuba St, Wellington 6141, New Zealand
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+64 4-473 3145

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A great introduction to the city. Our guide Peter was very knowledgeable. Despite the terrible weather the tour was great. Highly recommend.

Thank david1234568
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our guide, Keith, was friendly, informative and enthusiastic. He pointed out many things one would miss on one's own.

Thank indivarkamtekar
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We usually try and take in a walk with a guide when we arrive at a new city, and we are glad we did this walk with Peter. He was knowledgeable about the city's history, and took us along the waterfront, all the way to...More

Thank MJD013
Reviewed August 13, 2017

Informative, engaging and entertaining. Our walking tour about the city was great, an ideal thing to do on a weekend stay. Tour guide Tina was superb. It rained very hard for much of the time but no one left the tour, we all wanted to...More

Thank BMFletch
Reviewed August 12, 2017 via mobile

Guide John M was kind, knowledgeable and fun. The tour was very educational, yet he made it incredibly enjoyable, we learned about Wellington in many ways. We've done walking tours in many cities, by far this was the best!

Thank Eduardo L
Reviewed August 8, 2017 via mobile

The tour with Darrell has been one of the best we've had. Despite the bad weather and the rain. Darrell was friendly and made us spend a great day in the city. We thank Darrell that he will take more time to show us why...More

Thank Stephanie A
Reviewed July 28, 2017 via mobile

We had a wonderful tour of Wellington this week with Kay, who, in true fashion set out with us even though it was raining buckets. She was adept at getting us from overhang to overhang and showed us things we would not have otherwise seen,...More

Thank Tim L
Reviewed July 14, 2017 via mobile

Peter was our guide. He was informative and knowledgeable on Wellington. Highlights were seeing the treaty at the library and the old St Paul's Cathedral. The walk was easygoing and took in the beautiful buildings around the waterfront and city centre.

Thank Lammaclean
Reviewed June 21, 2017

This walk very comprehensively covered Wellington's waterfront buildings, the older buildings in the city through to the parliament. Our guide was knowledgeable, friendly and passionate about his topic spending far longer than the advertised 2 to 2.5 hours showing us around. A highlight was the...More

Thank Braidwood_John
Reviewed June 19, 2017

Very knowledgeable local guide led us round central Wellington's most interested sights and enlivened then with short histories and many anecdotes form personal experiences. Really gave me a feel for what it's like to live in Wellington, and it seems a pretty good place to...More

Thank Garry B
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hopsy
January 6, 2017|
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Response from Tweetypieis | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can. The tour doesn't take you past it but you can walk there from the waterfront.
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mausey
December 20, 2015|
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Response from WebmasterWW | Property representative |
To book a tour with Walk Wellington you need to get to our website. You can do this by following the link that is shown on our Trip Advisor page. Once you are on the Walk Wellington site, follow the link to Secure Online... More
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TravelPanda99
April 2, 2015|
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Response from George F | Property representative |
Our guided city walk does not include a ride on the "Cable car". The walk passes the entrance on Lambton Quay where we provide comment on the Cable Car, and suggestions for including a walk through the Botanical Gardens... More
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