MTG Hawke's Bay
34 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
The museum in Napier is well worth a visit. You can learn about Maori history and culture as well as more recent events like the 1931 earthquake and the rebuilding of Napier and Hastings in the Art Deco style. It's not a big museum but has some interesting stuff.
Fascinating museum. Something for everyone. Fifteen minutes drive from Seafield View.
Currently Free of charge. There is a very good permanent display on Napier Earthquake, after which the city was rebuild in the Art Deco Style. Also displays highlighting our rich Maori Heritage.
Great collection of local exhibitions plus large interactive display featuring Hawkes Bay history and 1931 earthquake.
Found on Marine Parade, MTG Hawke's Bay is a place where you can experience and enjoy exhibitions sharing local, national and international stories. Permanent exhibits are the 1931 earthquake, where objects, archives and a documentary tell the stories about how this disaster impacted the people,…
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“so many different fish life to see, has penguins and kiwis for you to look at, and a cafe to eat in after exploring through the aquarium there is also a path that takes you right to napier town.”
- 32 locals recommend
“Enjoy some of the many walking tracks in the Redwoods or up Te Mata Peak, or drive to the top and take in the 360 degree view. ”
- 117 locals recommend
“Admire the native scenery for approximately 2 kilometres then get rewarded with a magnificent waterfall. This easy, flat track is located just 10 minutes drive from Seafield View. ”
- 4 locals recommend
“Along with the usual bar and restaurant, there is a new room in the heart of the hotel, decorated with lux velvet furnishings and specialising in cocktails. High tea can be ordered in advance. Located on the Marine Parade opposite the sound shell. ”
- 10 locals recommend