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Lugares emblemáticos en Auckland

Museos históricos

History Museum
“Maritime History Museum with lots of interesting artifacts plus you can do a trip on one of the old ships. Great spot, right on the waterfront with lots of fabulous restaurants and cafes. (9.5 km from Tui Glen Road or alternatively take the ferry over from Birkenhead or Devonport).”
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History Museum
“Go back in time to how Howick used to be. Live days held on the first Sunday of each month (usually) Located in Lloyd Elsmore Park. ”
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History Museum
“The Torpedo Bay Navy Museum is the official museum of the Royal New Zealand Navy. It opened in 2010, to replace an earlier naval museum. The museum is in Devonport, Auckland”
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History Museum
“MOTAT: The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) is a science and technology museum located in Western Springs, Auckland, New Zealand. It is located close to the Western Springs Stadium, Auckland Zoo and the Western Springs Park. The museum has large collections of civilian and military aircraft and other land transport vehicles.”
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History Museum
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History Museum
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Miradores panorámicos

Mirador
“The Sky Tower is a telecommunications and observation tower in Auckland, New Zealand”
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Mirador
“10 min drive. Advice on local walking tracks that are open. Good elevated views across the Waitakere dams to the harbour. Information on local flora and fauna. Historical information about the area.”
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Mirador
“Views over harbour and back to city Underground tunnels you can explore with a torch ”
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Mirador
“Sky City also has a casino, restaurants and bars. The neighbouring streets (Federal St for example) have great bars and restaurants too.”
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Mirador
“Mount Victoria is lovely spot that provides great views of the Auckland Isthmus. There is a relief map at the top that will help you find key points around Auckland. A short drive to Devonport which is a lovely see-side settlement and has the nearby maritime museum. Of course, you can take the ferry across to Devonport from the city. ”
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Mirador
“Iconic to Piha. Take a photo of yourself on Lion Rock. Superb views from half way up. ”
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Mirador
“A must do if this is your first time in Auckland! Check out the observation deck, if you feel like splurging visit the revolving restaurant or do a Bungy jump off the Sky-tower or a Sky-walk around the tower.”
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Sendero
“Mount Hobson was created into a Domain for the betterment of the People of Auckland, New Zealand under the 1882 Domains Act by the local people of Remuera - the Flowers including Periwinkle, Blue Blues, Cinerias, African Iris were all gifted by David Hay and Son who had Montpellier Nursery, Seaview Road, Remuera in the 1880's. See if you can find the Honey Bees hive on Mount Hobson!! Mount Hobson used to have Alderney Cattle grazing on it in 1906. Horses used to stop and drink water from the troughs on the way through Auckland. Sheep also grazed on there as did Peter Linton's family's cows up until some senseless, uneducated people decided they know better about New Zealand's history.”
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Sitios históricos

Galería de arte
“Corban Estate Arts Centre, nearby art displayed for all to view with small entry fee”
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Lighthouse
“Manukau Heads Lighthouse is located atop Awhitu Peninsula on the south side of the Manukau Heads. Gates are open 9am to 5pm daily and entry to the lighthouse is by donation. You will find a donation box just inside the lighthouse under the stairs. Manukau Heads Lighthouse Auckland, New Zealand Skip to content HomeContacts Guided Tours Hireage Archive Facts Keepers Rescue & Restoration Glossary Environment Explore Connect Links Previous Next One of few visitor-accessible lighthouses in New Zealand. From the car park 120 easy stairs bring you to the Lighthouse and the Signal Station lookout. The iconic wooden lighthouse tower can be entered to view the prisms of the original 3rd order dioptric drum lens. Breathtaking Views: Stroll around the Lightkeeper’s balcony just as he would have done nearly 140 years ago. Few other New Zealand lighthouses reward visitors with such an authentic experience. Lighthouse and adjacent Signal Station command wide views of the mighty Manukau Bar, Paratutae (site of the first signal station), Auckland’s sub-tropical Waitakere Ranges, Auckland City and the whole of lake-like Manukau Harbour. Mount Taranaki (2518 m) frequently clears clouds to the south Follow signs to Waiuku. From there it is 45 minutes drive on sealed roads following signs to Manukau Heads and Lighthouse.”
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Bibliotecas

Library
“In St Heliers you'll find all your essentials such as, chemists, dry cleaners, cafes, fish & chips, convenience stores, doctors, dentists, and beauty and nail salons. ”
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Library
“Provides free internet, so if you need to do some work while outside, it is one of the option! Otherwise, relax and read a good book there, there are plenty of good cafes around the library to enjoy!”
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Library
“Auckland's biggest library and information hub. Includes cafe and the Academy cinema (underground) which has a range of festival and art house movies.”
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Library
“The librarian is really nice and books always arrive early. There is only one thing they could improve on if they can offer launch and send to homes after ordering. We all like to go there to read.”
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Library
“Peaceful library with good resources and adequate parking space and parking time allowance is 2 hours. Nice location, directly next to countdown in case of the need to snack. Very nice & neat library.”
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Library
“The Devonport Library is located in a modern new building and is a great place to hang out on a rainy day with the kids!”
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Library
“The local library is just around the corner - makes a few hours pass by if you're entertaining children when it's not so great weather. There is a little park just opposite with swings and also Mary's cafe is opposite too ( great coffee/ food).”
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College Library
“Beaut community centre; free computers and wifi; great local guide leaflets, terrific views across harbour”
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