At the foot of Mount Cook, there stands a sculpture of Sir Edmund Hillary (Edmund Hillary). Sir Hillary was the first person in the world to climb Mount Everest. As a national hero of New Zealand, his portrait was printed It’s on a New Zealand dollar note. To commemorate Sir Hillary, the Alpine Center was set up in the Mount Cook area, inside the Hermitage Hotel. Whether you sign up for a stargazing tour or not, don’t miss the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Center and Planetarium. This full circular roof digital planetarium is the most southern planetarium in the world. It houses the world’s only cinema that integrates 2D screens, 3D screens and world-class digital dome screens, and can accommodate 126 The audience used these multimedia expressions to show the Aoraki Mount Cook region, its people and their position in the universe.
The Hermitage Hotel is the place where tickets are sold, exchanged, and gathered for various outdoor sports in Mount Cook. There are also commonly used outdoor products, souvenirs, postcards and stamps for sale. The mailbox is right at the door, which is very convenient.
Built to commemorate Sir Edmund Hillary, a humanitarian, New Zealand’s ambassador abroad, and one of the world’s greatest explorers, the Alpine Center showcases the natural scenery of the Mount Cook region, local residents and its presence in the universe The macro position in. Committed to providing an entertaining and entertaining viewing experience, the center opened an advanced and spectacular 3D three-dimensional movie "Mount Cook Magic" (Chinese and Japanese translation headphones can be provided), the world's most southern dome digital The planetarium, documentaries and museums all tell the early history of this pioneering core area. In addition, there is also a Hillary Gallery in the center. The rich exhibits make visitors unforgettable. The cafe and bar provide indoor and outdoor seating, allowing you to enjoy magnificent mountain views. With "Explorer Passes", you can enter the museum and all theater performances as many times as you like within 24 hours.
The natural scenery is beautiful, a shock that never has been, especially good. Recommend to appreciate.
There are still very high physical requirements to board here. It is very beautiful. There are many exhibits related to mountaineering activities, including photos, exhibitions, videos, and event videos. If you like climbing, don't miss it.