Our Te Awamutu museum collects and stores material telling the story of our history, society, culture and development of the Waipā district.
Established in 1935, the Te Awamutu Museum was the first within the Waikato and is a nationally-registered archival repository.
It offers education services for primary and secondary schools through the Learning Experiences Outside The Classroom programmes, an increasing variety of public programmes and workshops, as well as changing displays and exhibitions.
Visit the Te Awamutu museum
135 Roche Street, Te Awamutu
Monday to Friday: 10am to 4pm
Saturday and public holidays: 10am to 2pm
Other heritage centres
There are a number of other heritage centres in the district which are not run by Council, such as: