Waitangi Day 2021

You’ve seen wonders around the world, but have you seen them in your own backyard? Do you know your heritage? This Waitangi Day we’re opening the doors of some of our Heritage places for free for you to discover the heritage wonders of Aotearoa New Zealand.

Come and visit our heritage places for FREE on Waitangi Day!

To mark our national day on Saturday 6 February 2021 a selection of our properties will be open for FREE.

We hope you take some time to visit one of the many historic places that represent the many layers of history that are centuries deep, beginning with the arrival of Māori to Aotearoa New Zealand.

As a nation we are enriched when we know the past and this is the perfect day to do that. We wish you and your whānau a day of reflection and celebration of the nation that we are all proud to call home.

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga properties open for free on Waitangi Day:

Pompallier Mission and Printery | Open 10am – 4.45pm
Te Waimate Mission | Open 10am – 5pm
Māngungu Mission | Open 10am – 4pm
Clendon House | Open 10am – 4pm
Kerikeri Mission Station | Open 10am – 5pm
Highwic | Open 10.30am – 4.30pm
Alberton | Open 10.30am – 4.30pm
Ewelme Cottage | Open 10.30am – 4.30pm
Thames School of Mines | Open 10am – 4pm
Hurworth | Open 11am – 2pm
Antrim House | Open 11am – 2pm
Old St Paul’s | Open 10am – 4pm
Old Government Buildings | Open 10am – 4pm
Ophir Post Office | 9am – 12pm
Hayes Engineering Works and Homestead | Open 10am – 5pm
Totara Estate | Open 10am – 4pm
Clarks Mill | Open 10am – 4pm
Fyffe House | Open 10am – 5pm
Te Whare Waiutuutu Kate Sheppard House | Open 10am – 4pm