Whanganui Regional Museum Education - Te Tari Mātauranga o Te Puni Tiaki Taonga o Whanganui



 Tēnā rā koutou katoa. We warmly welcome you to visit Whanganui Regional Museum with your class or group and take part in one of our hands-on interactive education programmes. Our experienced educators use Museum exhibitions, collections and the local environment to support learning across a variety of curriculum areas. Content is tailored to your class level and preferred learning outcomes. Our programmes can be delivered in either Māori or English, and incorporate bicultural perspectives where relevant.

Arā te kōrero ā kui mā, ā koro mā:
Ko te manu e kai ana i te miro, nōna te ngāhere
 Ko te manu e kai ana i te mātauranga, nōna te ao.”
Nā reira, haria mai āu manu kai mātauranga.
Education newsletters are published each term and feature education programmes linked to special events and to new exhibitions.     


Newsletter to Schools, Term 4




Kāore tāu kaupapa ako i kitea ake nei? Tēnā, tono mai! If you can’t see something to suit your class schedule of learning, call us and talk to our education team. We may be able to develop a tailor-made programme for your class. The extensive Museum collection can be used to support learning about a wide variety of topics, including adornment, clothing and footwear, communications, prehistoric stone tools, archaeology, ancient history and much more. Just ask us!

For bookingsand further information contact us on 06 349 1110 or email:

Educator                     Margie Beautrais    margieb@wrm.org.nz
Kaiwhakaako             Āwhina Twomey     awhinat@wrm.org.nz



The Majestic Theatre, originally called His Majesty, was opened in 1913 and named for King George V who had ascended the throne in in 1910. It was built on lease land where the old St Marys Catholic Presbytery had once stood. The film on the Majestic's advertising hoarding, "Stolen Life", starred Bette Davis and Glen Ford.