Carter Observatory is one of Wellington's most famous attractions, this observatory has a history of more than 100 years. There are many astronomy-related books collected here, and there are also many interactive areas for tourists. You can easily and simply learn a lot of esoteric astronomy knowledge. It is definitely worth visiting.
The observatory sundial is still very interesting. If you stand on the month, your shadow will be cast on the stone. The number is about the same time now. It is very interesting. If you are interested, you can try it. The top of the mountain is a bit sun-dried at noon. It is recommended to play in the morning and evening. Big, pay attention to wind
New Zealand is far from the industrially polluted continent, the world's clean soil, the land is the global ozone hole. These reasons are New Zealand is the best place to observe the sky, the observatory is even more!
Carter Observatory is a large observatory on Mount Victoria in Wellington. It is also one of the world's famous observatories. The visibility of the sky here is very high, and it is an excellent place to observe the universe. There are many precious astronomy books collected here, as well as many entertaining astronomy knowledge exhibitions. It is definitely a sacred place for astronomy enthusiasts and must come and visit.
The Cartel Observatory is one of the earliest observatories in New Zealand. It is now not only an observatory, but also a planetarium. Here you can borrow a lot of astronomy books, as well as visit the telescopes of the observatory, galaxy diagrams, etc. It is definitely a place for lovers of Tiananwen.
The introduction to the planetarium took too much time (for me) on things on earth, but not enough introduction to the planets. Even so, it is interesting and informative. There are a few lunar rocks and meteorites to touch. There is also a nice little gift shop nearby.
Preston_Dominguez: 40 Salamanca Rd， Kelburn， Wellington 6012
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Otari-Wilton's Bush,Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa),Carter Observatory,New Zealand Parliament,Wellington Botanic Gardens