Whether you're here for business or fun, there's always something creative and unique on in the coolest little Capital in the world. Indulge yourself with Wellington's great food, excellent coffee andcraft beer.
New Zealand Parliament
Molesworth St, Pipitea, Wellington
The New Zealand Parliament is open for everyone to visit. It's a place to discover the buildings and heritage, to see what happens when the House sits, and to learn about New Zealand's democratic processes. It is free of charge.
74 Taranaki St, Wellington
Cafe Panama is located next to the Wesley Methodist Parish, a 3 min walk from the Liberty Apartment Hotel. Like something you would find in a small town where menu options are basic, but served with a smile and the owner knows everyone by name. It has delicious coffee. Why not take advantage of its location and have a coffee, breakfast or lunch here!
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Wellington’s famous inner city slice of bohemia, Cuba Street, is a place with culinary and creative soul. It’s where people meet, busk, shop, dine and the best place in town to soak up the capital's cool culture. Why not drop into a bar or restaurant and enjoy its food and vibe of Cuba Street?
Waterfront/ Oriental Bay
Wellington's waterfront is a beautiful scenic public space, dotted with cafes, parks, sculpture, bars and ice cream vendors. Join hundreds of Wellingtonians walking, jogging, skating, cycling, or crocodile biking. Stop by one of three markets on the weekend, then aim for Oriental Bay beach to have a swim or just soak up the sun.
Weta Studio Tours
If you're a film lover, make sure you don't miss this place out! Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the imagination and artistry behind some of the world's most spectacular movies. The nWeta Cave mini-museum,is where some of the special effects wizardry happens. Or put yourself in the picture with a 'Lord of the Rings' location tour. Tours operate every 30 minutes from 9am to 5pm, 7 days. Closed Christmas Day.