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Pretty place full of pottery.

Really gorgeous old stone building full of local pottery. Great to be given a chance to actually... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2016
D P
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Wellington, New Zealand
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Shockingly small

This tiny stone structure is higher than it is long or wide. The old rock walls stand out in an... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2014
Elizabeth J
,
New Plymouth, New Zealand
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6 Dec 2017
“Beautiful old building”
27 Oct 2016
“Pretty place full of pottery. ”
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290 Courtenay Street, New Plymouth, New Zealand
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Reviewed 6 December 2017

It is a lovely old building and it sometimes houses pottery for sale. It is down near the Te Henui walk way so a great place to pop in to.

Thank Bronwyn H
Reviewed 27 October 2016 via mobile

Really gorgeous old stone building full of local pottery. Great to be given a chance to actually throw a pot in the pottery clubs room.

Thank D P
Reviewed 20 March 2016

Great custodians and potters very interesting. Worth the trip from Auckland & Waikato. Visitors took time to soak it up. Thanks so much & will tell others.

Thank DavidWrefordJ1
Reviewed 11 November 2014

This tiny stone structure is higher than it is long or wide. The old rock walls stand out in an otherwise modern neighborhood. The roof structure is exposed and an interesting study in carpentry. The grounds around the structure are lovely and well kept.

Thank Elizabeth J
Reviewed 26 July 2014

Te Henui Vicarage was knowns as The Parsonage, and is one of the oldest surviving buildings in New Zealand being built in 1846. It is only open on weekends and public holidays from 1-4 pm and is headquarters and gallery of the New Plymouth Potters'...More

Thank JanaZC
Reviewed 28 November 2013

Built in 1845, The Te Henui Vicarage is one of the oldest stone buildings in New Zealand. The Vicarage is in a charming location, with the Te Henui Walkway just down the road, and despite its small size, it is well worth a visit (It...More

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