Waitangi Treaty Grounds
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is New Zealand?s most important historic site where in 1840 New Zealand?s founding document was signed: the Treaty of Waitangi (Te Tiriti o Waitangi). The Treaty Grounds features Te K?ngahu Museum of Waitangi, the Treaty House, the carved Meeting House and the world?s largest ceremonial war canoe. Enjoy strolling through one of New Zealand?s great beauty spots with its panoramic views of the Bay of Islands. Visitors to the Waitangi Treaty Grounds purchase a Day Pass that includes a guided tour of the grounds and its treasures and a cultural performance in the carved Meeting House. H?ngi & Concert evenings are scheduled from 1 December to the 30th March. A themed intimate experience not to be missed.
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