This old-fashioned building is located in the city center. There is no need to buy tickets. There is volunteer service. Just sign on the sign-in book. You can see many pictures and objects.
Those who come here are not taken by general tour groups. It's pretty good, I like things with a sense of history
This is a niche attraction, no tickets are needed but you can donate.
This place is not only a history museum, but also a gathering place for community arts and cultural activities. Many tourists come here to participate in exhibitions and activities. Because it is a cultural base, it is relatively quiet. When people come, they appreciate it quietly, and they don’t walk away. Take away a cloud. Looking at this building is quite impressive, it is built with volcanic stone, and if you appreciate it carefully, you can always feel the breath of life and the inheritance of culture.
Kinder House is not only a history museum, but also a gathering place for community arts and cultural activities. It is the residence of the pastor and pioneer artist John Kinder. It is a small volcanic stone building. This two-story building was built in 1856 and has been built in 1856. It has a history of 160 years. Now it is mainly used to carry out many artistic activities. When we walked in our leisure time, it still feels very good to watch.
This old house was inhabited by the pastor and pioneer artist John Kendall. It is now a century old. The old house is located in the quiet Parnell, surrounded by trees. It is very peaceful. The building is made of volcanic stone. Floor, very European style. The old house here has been converted into a history museum, and the surrounding area has also become a gathering place for community cultural activities, a very lively place.
A three-story building of volcanic rock, a forerunner house, a century-old museum, is also a gathering place for local community activities.
Preston_Dominguez: 2 Ayr Street, Parnell, Auckland
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Sky Tower,Mount Eden,Queen Street,Auckland War Memorial Museum,Auckland Domain