The Rotorua Museum of Art and History is an art gallery and museum situated in Rotorua in the Bay of Plenty, in New Zealand’s North Island. Housed inside the town’s esteemed Rotorua Bath House building, the Rotorua Museum was opened first in 1969 in the building’s South Wing. The Rotorua Art Gallery followed in 1977 and occupied the North Wing. As of 1988, the gallery and museum have joined operations to form the Rotorua Museum of Art and History. The museum’s collections include photographs, fine art, and various artefacts from Maori culture. Anyone interested in learning more about the country’s colourful history should consider visiting here.
are between 9 am and 8 pm, although it may be closed early for private functions. Winter (April to September) opening hours are between 9 am and 5 pm. Admission fees are $18 for adults and $7 for children, but special rates are available for families. The Rotorua Stories Cinema operates every twenty minutes from 9 am onwards, while the Maori Battalion Cinema runs every half hour from 9.30 am onwards. Free guided tours are run every hour from 10 am. Special tour arrangements can be made for big groups.