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- Interislander Ferry Terminal
- Te Papa (Museum of New Zealand)
- Cuba Street Mall
- Westpac Stadium
- TSB Bank Arena
- Victoria University of Wellington
- Massey University
- Courtenay Place
- Newtown Park
- Michael Fowler Centre
- Wellington Hospital
- Wellington Cable Car (Lambton Quay Station)
- Wellington Town Hall
- Basin Reserve
- New Zealand Film Archive
- St James Theatre
- The Weta Cave
- New Zealand Portrait Gallery
- Southern Cross Hospital
- Scorching Bay Beach
Best hotels in Wellington
On the southern tip of New Zealand's north island lies the city of Wellington. With fantastic ocean views and rolling green hills, the city is a visual spectacle with many worthwhile exhibits and features. None of which are more dazzling than the Te Papa national museum that can easily fill an entire day. If you're looking for natural beauty, the Zealandia sanctuary sits just minutes from downtown, a one of a kind forest restoration project. A special effects workshop rounds out just a few of the fantastic features. Should your travels include an overnight stay, the hotel connoisseurs of Hotels.com are prepared to ensure that you find the Wellington hotels that are perfect for you. With 200,000 accommodations listed worldwide, Hotels.com can help you book from home as well as on the go with their free smartphone mobile app.
No trip to Wellington is complete without a visit to the national museum, Te Papa. Open year round and free of charge, the museum hosts a fantastic wealth of exhibits celebrating the countries national history. The reforestation project Zealandia is a wonderful option for those looking to spend a day away from the city's bright lights. Dedicated to the protection of New Zealand's bird and plant life, the sanctuary is an excellent education opportunity. Lord of the Rings Trilogy producers used the Wellington based "Weta Workshop" for many of the special effects in the films. Tours give a unique behind the scenes view of the creativity and imagination that went into the trilogy. Whichever features sound most enticing, Hotels.com offers easy to read maps to ensure that you select the Wellington hotels close to the exhibits you wish to visit.
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New Zealanders, or "Kiwis", are known for their politeness. English is the primary language though the native Maori language is also recognized and often displayed prominently. Traditional British food is a staple so fish and chips fans are in luck. For however long you stay in this diverse and attractive city, Hotels.com will make finding your preferred Wellington hotels go as smoothly as possible. Our nline travel guide proudly includes interior, exterior, and guest room photos in high resolution so you know exactly what to expect before you check in. Since helping to pioneer the publication of hotel reviews in 2001, Hotels.com has accumulated more than 1 million reviews submitted by real guests. These reviews are conveniently placed into categories such as: couples, families, etc so that you can easily find the hotel tailored to your unique needs. Book with the experts at Hotels.com, and spend the extra time embracing the many sights and features Wellington has to offer.
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