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Cobblestones Museum is located in Greytown on the site of the original Hastwell stables built in 1866. From here horse drawn coaches departed for Wellington and other Wairarapa towns. The new Entrance & Exhibition Building acts as an introduction to...more
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Great way to spend time in this beautiful town,after paying a modest entrance fee,to two very welcoming ladies,enjoyed the slow meandering around this well presented and thought provoking look into the past.Amazing how the building where transhipped so cleverly and precisely.Thankyou to the volunteers and...More
We purchased our entry tickets from two lovely ladies, giving freely of their time to the museum.
The museum itself is well worth a visit. I'm not a New Zealander but found it most interesting to see the how, what and why of 19th century...More
The little frontage is like a "tardis" s this is a well presented and interesting museum leading to a good representation of the bygone eras of Greytown. The first room with smaller exhibits is beautifully done and no dust or musty smell.Good to find out...More
A great little museum that shows what life was like for the early settlers in this part of New Zealand. The displays and information boards were very informative and the staff/volunteers very friendly and helpful. As it is an "open air museum" it is also...More
We were surprised at the number of buildings at Cobblestones, pretty much an entire colonial village. Beautifully presented with pretty gardens and lots of mature trees. The historical data at the museum and in the grounds, is fascinating. For just a few dollars, you can...More
If you like to see how NZ people used to live then you will enjoy this little gem.
Some great buildings and artifacts which have been moved to the site.
Still feels like a work in progress but I'm sure it will keep getting better...More
Advertising really doesn't do this brilliant museum justice. They have saved over a dozen historic NZ buildings and relocated them to the museum grounds for viewing as well as the modern museum building itself. Hidden gems like the working printing presses in the printing works...More
This little gem is absolutely fabulous. The historic little village is set out around a little village green, where you can enjoy lunch. (B.Y.O)It was a great trip down memory lane for us and a real eye opener for the grandkids as to how difficult...More
Date of experience: October 2018
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Leigh36, Guest Relations Manager at Cobblestones Museum, responded to this reviewResponded October 13, 2018
Thank you for the great review. We are run entirely by volunteers so reviews like yours help spread the word.