Te Awamutu Museum is a small, welcoming and friendly museum which showcases Waipa's history, art, ideas and culture.

Te Awamutu Museum is a central gathering place where local residents and visitors to the area come to experience Waipa's history, art, ideas and culture.

Our permanent exhibitions explore treasured moments in Waipa history.

Our short-term exhibitions change regularly, showcasing local art and stories.

The museum archive collection holds social history documents relating to the area and we offer a full research service.

Nestled in the museum is Miss Jefferson's Curios, which stocks local and national history books and a range of merchandise utilizing the Museum collection.

Facilities and Services


Business Hours
Monday to Friday 10am- 4pm Saturday and Public Holidays 10am-2pm Sunday Closed
Months of Operation
All Year


Proximity To Airport
Proximity To Coach Terminal
Proximity To Town
Centre of town


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