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Apparently now open every Sunday making it easier to plan your visit. Brien was very knowledgeable and keen to impart his knowledge on the house and Pukekohe area. Would be awesome if the Auckland council spent more money on making this site into a museum,...More
I have lived in pukekohe for about 10 years and have always meant to visit. Finally on Sunday morning walk saw it was open and popped in. Was really interesting and made even more interesting with having Brian explain many interesting facts of pukekohe history....More
As a new local I have driven past this many a time wondering exactly what it is - finally I visited with my child’s school group and it was well worth the visit.
The pioneer cottage is open the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each...More
It is difficult to know when this museum is open or where to park as it sits on one of the busiest corners in Pukekohe but having seen an advertisement advising open on a particular day prior to Xmas I walked down to have a...More
Although this lovely cottage is only open twice a month, 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month, from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm. It is worth seeing how the early settlers had to survive. Makes you think how much we take for granted these days!!