The museum is a place where the local humanities and history are explained. In addition to the history of the Maori, a lot of pen and ink was spent here to tell the scenes of the local gold rush and the bitter life of the Chinese workers!
The Lakes District Museum (Lakes District Museum) shows visitors the hard pioneering years and the exciting gold rush era, and is known as one of the most distinctive small museums in New Zealand.
I came to the drizzling gold rush town and witnessed an education about the history of Chinese gold rushers. I wanted to join in the fun to buy a little gold nuggets, but unfortunately, all the ancestors are done! Because of the rain today, the scenery almost feels like it.
From Queenstown, it takes less than an hour to drive to Arrowtown. Stop the car according to the signs, and I saw this street and this museum not far away. It's just across from the post office, it's easy to find. Some of the museums are open for free, and some are charged. In fact, they are almost the same. Most people came out after watching the free ones. Arrowtown is very small, and the second photo has a street sign. You can know where to go at a glance...
This place is worth visiting, it's very special
It's quite big inside, and it's a very interesting place.
The gold rush story of Chinese workers more than 100 years ago...the sad reminder of poverty