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Huntly Museum - Te Whare Taonga o Raahui Pookeka

General Information

148 Main Street, Huntly, 3700

07 828 8128

Opening Times - Check before visiting as might change

Weekdays 10am - 2pm. Please get in contact if you or a group would like to visit outside these opening hours.

Learn about local disasters, experience the feeling of being in the mines from the early 1900s, or dive into Raahui Pookeka Huntly’s rich and diverse history and heritage. While we work to open the new museum in the restored train station, we’ve created the pop-up in the Huntly Civic Centre, a public access point for locals to directly interact with the stories that make up their community.
Notes for Cardholders

Standing and Queuing
There are generally no queues, however, chairs are available.
Level Access
The museum is on one level and is accessible by wheelchair users.
The museum is a small space, however, chairs are available.
Urgent Toilet Access
The museum does not have toilets for public use. There are public toilets available on Main Street. When required, please inform a staff member who would be able to allow access to a private staff bathroom (with wheelchair access).
Disability Assist Dogs
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Essential Companions
Companion and/or carer welcome.
Difficulty Accessing Visual Information
We will assist you by offering to talk through exhibits etc.
Difficulty Accessing Audible Information
The exhibition video has subtitles available. The staff will be willing to write things down for you.
Hidden Disabilities
Through the staff's training, they are generally aware of hidden disabilities. Please speak to them about how they can assist in making your time extraordinary.
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