This comprehensive museum is good, the cafe next door is worth visiting, the ticket price is very reasonable, the buildings here are well maintained and built. Howick Historic Village is a historical mini-village located in the Howick District of Auckland, which reproduces the original appearance of the British colonial period more than a hundred years ago, and the European immigrants in Oak from 1840 to early 1880. Lan settled in the scene of life.
From the cafe entrance, and then from the right through the cafe to the bar, to buy tickets to the foreigners old lady 16 NZ can go in and visit, like the history of friends should be a little harvested.
Discovery new lands, here is the famous historical village of howick, the scenery is very good, sunshine, grassland, everywhere beautiful scenery, let people reluctant to part with.
Howick Historic Village is a historic village located in the Howick District of Auckland. It reproduces the original appearance of the village during the British colonial period more than 100 years ago and the life scene of European immigrants who settled in Auckland from 1840 to 1880.
Howick Historic Village is a small Victorian European village located in the middle of the Great Howick area, about five minutes'drive from the present Howick Town Center. The whole village is well preserved, so you can sit in the classroom and feel the classroom of that period. It only takes about 30 minutes, but I think it's worth visiting.
New Zealand's second oldest church, the beautiful and charming Cape Musk Peninsula and a historic village dating back to the 1940s are found there. After a day's tour, relax and reward yourself with a cup of coffee at Howick's Seaside Cafe
Typical foreign town, every Saturday morning there are half a day early market, the sale of goods are their own production of various snacks, snacks, and some handmade crafts and accessories. There is also a coffee shop, where many people take a break for a cup of coffee when they are tired.
Every year, one day, people put on the clothes of that era, children play with toys at that time, adults knit sweaters or hunt, which is very interesting. Tickets are a little expensive.
In New Zealand, there are not many things that have a sense of history. The history of this situation for more than a hundred years shows that the size of the political and cultural center in that year was not very large.
This scenic spot is in a large area of green space. It doesn't know if it can't get in. It needs tickets, but the fence is not high, so it's good to have a look outside.