Wellington City Archives Open Day
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Wellington City Archives Open Day

Did you want to know more about the Wellington City Council Archives? Come visit us as we throw open our doors to the public, so you can learn more about our role, delve into some of our collection items, and go for a behind the scenes tour, followed up by a Q & A opportunity.

There will be four talks to tell you about our collections and how you can access them, followed by a tour of the stacks.

Talks start at 10am, 11am, 1pm, & 2pm, followed by a tour (up to 10 people) around twenty past the hour.

If you have a large group that would like to attend a tour, you may need to make alternate arrangements with the Archives to attend on another day.

Booking is required. Email your name and preferred tour time to archives@wcc.govt.nz.

The 10am and 11am tours are sold out! Spaces remain on the 1pm and 2pm tours!

Location: 28 Barker Street (off Cambridge Terrace)

Duration: Around an hour, including the talk at the start

Cost: Free

Health and Safety: Archives is a working environment, so please be aware of shelving and boxes in our stack areas. No open toed shoes or high heels.

Wellington City Council Archives

Established in 1994, Wellington City Archives is a primary information resource for the history of Wellington. Our collections are a rich resource for anyone researching Wellington’s social history, and show changes in the community and urban development over the past 150 years. They also include building permits, consents, and other property information.

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