Wellington Museum shares the fascinating stories of Te Whanganui-a-Tara, the capital city of Aotearoa, New Zealand. Named one of the top 50 museums in the world by The London Times, Wellington Museum has four floors full of local curiosities celebrating the region’s maritime, political and quirky histories.
When you enter Wellington Museum you’re transported straight to the waterfront of in the late 1800s – a time when the Museum was known as the Bond Store, where it was a bonded cargo warehouse holding goods.
Wellington Museum is the only museum devoted to sharing the region’s stories, from the first adventurers, to the adventurous spirits that still call it home. Now the second oldest building on the Waterfront and a registered Category One Heritage New Zealand building, it is a priceless national treasure and one of the most architecturally significant heritage buildings in the country.
The Wellington Museum X Moe Moe collection was designed from a selection of photographs of the building, ones that really capture the building in its quintessential form.
You can bring home a piece of Wellington by shopping the collaboration here: Wellington Museum Store