Kayaking in the Bay of Islands
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The Whangarei Art Museum Te Manawa Toi is the public art gallery of the Whangarei District with changing exhibitions from our collection and by local and international artists.
The Whangarei Art Museum is the permanent home for the city art collection, which embraces heritage and contemporary art work.
WAM is a great place for everyone to pop in and see a range of exhibitions by local and international artists.
Check out comments from our visitors..
"I wish we could stay longer" "What a wonderful space!" - Visitor from Italy "I love the variety in the gallery" - Visitor from Argentina "I wasn't going to come in but I am glad I did!" "You got some great artwork here, next time I'm over, I'll come back here!" - Visitor from Australia "Challenging and interesting" "I was in the neighbourhood and thought - you know, if you're in the area, you should visit"
So, if you're in the area come visit.
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