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Howick Historical Village


Bells Road, Lloyd Elsmore Park, Pakuranga
Howick,

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Howick Historical Village

Fun on Tuesdays and Thursdays - Don't get bored in the school holidays, join us on Tuesdays for something different. Some fun activities for the children to participate in, yummy soup making, crafts, parlour games, old fashioned wooden toys and rag rug making all in your leisure. Costumed Villagers are awaiting your visit.

School Holiday Programmes - School holidays are always a special time for children and at Howick Historical Village we make it even more special by offering a one-day programme for children aged 5-12 years. With a different theme offered every holiday, there's always something new to come back to - crafts, cooking, games, team activities, and much more.

School Educational Visits - choose an activity that suits your topic: Raupo Hut model making, clothing, migrant women, courthouse, digging up the past, wash day, nursery rhymes, unpacking the trunk, parlour games, helpful herbs, butter making, rag rug making, indoor toys, military manoevres, school lesson, jolly tolleys, potion or poison, new code-cracking and cooking.

Services and Facilities - There are picnic areas available, wheelchair accessible toilets, a mobility scooter and free car parking. A special visit - half-day tours, birthday parties and Fun on Tuesdays in the school holidays, school holiday programmes, and Live Days - it's all here for you to enjoy.

Live Days for the whole family happen every 3rd Sunday, where the Village comes to life with costumed villagers going about life in the 1840's, cooking over fires, horse and cart rides, a chapel service and a mock school lesson where you get to write on slate. The 65th Regiment performs drills and mock skirmishes and the Village dancers are awaiting to teach you a dance or two.

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