PETER RABBIT™ 2: THE RUNAWAY is back and in a cinema near you from 1 April - just in time for April 2021 School Holidays. In his biggest adventure yet, Peter ventures far beyond the garden to the streets of the big city, where he’ll discover what kind of hero he wants to be.
Laser Strike is an active, interactive, competitive and fun game that can be played in so many different ways making it suitable for all family members. Laser Strike is not about how fast you move – it’s how well you aim that really counts! The huge indoor Ancient Ruin themed arena is suitable for all abilities and is wheelchair friendly. BONUS: Book your visit on a weekday during the September 2020 school holidays and receive 3 games for the price of 2. Conditions apply.
Come and see the amazing line-up of fresh and original, high quality hand-made craft! With new stallholders joining all the time, there's always something new to discover. Craft Harvest markets are held on the fourth Saturday of the month with extra markets during the lead up to Christmas.
Create family memories while creating a special keepsake at Paint the Earth. Choose a piece from our huge range of plates & figurines and then get painting! You can trace, stencil or free hand the design - anything goes! Prices per piece start from $20 and that includes the paint, glaze and firing. It's best to book to avoid disappointment.
Are you looking for the ultimate treasure hunt? The free Museum tells Wellington’s stories from 1892 when the building was a bond store, to crown jewels replicas, a time machine, puppets, ships, and the first McDonalds in New Zealand. A great place let the kids explore safely or for a special treasure hunt birthday party.
It's fun on demand at Rainbow's End! With over 20 rides and attractions, there's something for everyone. From family fun on the Log Flume, Karts and Bumper Boats to thrill rides like Stratosfear and Invader – it’s your fun and you can put it together any way you like!
MOTAT offers a range of activities to engage young minds. Visitors can discover hands-on learning at long- and short-term interactive exhibitions, events, and experiences. The Model Railway and Firehouse at M1 are crowd favourites, and a visit to the Aviation Display Hall, at M2, is also a must-do!
We’re an award-winning not-for-profit organisation based in Wellington, and our focus is young people and their creativity. During term time, we offer a number of free workshops that engage children’s bodies, minds and creative spirits. In the school holidays, we facilitate more comprehensive workshops for young adults, from hands-on television production experiences in to digital classes in soundtrack design, animation and VR! During term time, we also a number of free workshops that engage children’s bodies, minds and creative spirits. Every day from 11-11.30am, tamariki can take part in activities designed to introduce them to science, technology, singing, dancing and artistic creations.
Considered one of the first houses built in Wellington, the Cottage shows a glimpse of life into three generations of one of Wellington’s original settlers; the Wallis Family. Hand carved furniture, a 1970’s Kenwood Mixer and ‘It’s in the Bag’ showing on the tiny B&W TV, this is a great place to bring the whole whanau.
The Wellington cable car is a fun trip for any ages, providing a spectacular view over the city and tunnels full of colour on the journey – but what makes it move? The Cable Car Museum can show you how the winding system works and there is one of the original carriages to sit up on. This free Museum is well worth a visit and also hosts birthday parties.
Blast off to Stardome for a stellar day out! Watch a planetarium show in the 360-degree theatre and then check out the Space Gallery. Call us or visit our website to view the show schedule and book tickets. Out of this world fun for the whole family.
With the playground located on one side and the Cable Car on the other side, the Space Place is the perfect day activity location for families. Book a show in the dome planetarium; enjoy the planet space station play area and the gravity hole. Space Place’s birthday parties are out of this world too!