Explore the collection at Fyffe House
The collection at Fyffe House consists predominately of domestic furnishings, representing the history of the property as the residence of the Fyfe, Goodall and Lowe families, in a coastal whaling community.
Whilst most of the original contents are unknown, a handful of personal belongings and furniture related to various inhabitants remain. Archaeological finds from excavations around the property are also held in the collection of Fyffe House.
Please note that due to conservation reasons not all objects may be on public display at any one time. If you are interested in viewing an item, please contact the Property Manager.
Heritage New Zealand manages its collection of historic objects in its properties from a central database. You can find out more about the how the Heritage New Zealand collection is managed, including donating items on this website.
To see further highlights from the collection online, search for Fyffe House at New Zealand Museums.