Tauranga Heritage Collection

Tauranga Heritage Collection

Treasures from the Western Bay of Plenty    

Ngaa Taonga tuku iho o Tauranga Moana
The Tauranga Heritage Collection is rich with local significance and includes objects of national importance. It represents a substantial amount of support from the local community over many years with the donation of family treasures and thousands of volunteer hours.

The Tauranga Heritage Collection, which numbers approximately 30 000 objects, has been built up over the last 40 years. First displayed in a museum on Hamilton Street it became one of the main attractions at the Tauranga Historic Village and District Museum. In 1998 the Historic Village closed and the collection was placed into storage. Learn more about the collection.

View our image gallery to enjoy a small selection of highlights in the Heritage Collection. Objects will be regularly added so keep coming back to make new discoveries. For a closer inspection of selected collections and objects visit 'useful links' and read articles that cover topics from trading cards to bowling stones.
                    
Heritage Collection Gallery
Gallery:
Preview the collection, from a convict's doll to a beach lover's bikini.

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Resources Resources:
Information and links giving insight to our heritage and collection.

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