Cook Islands Library & Museum, Avarua

Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
2.5/5 based on 75 reviews on the web
Learn about the history and culture of the Cook Islands at Cook Islands Library & Museum, featuring a collection of weapons, carvings, and costumes. Explore the exhibits and visit the onsite library to find out more the country's distinct cultural identity. The museum also provides a way to learn about the country's relations with New Zealand and other South Pacific nations. Before you leave, check out the small gift shop with books and posters for sale. Plan your visit to Cook Islands Library & Museum and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Rarotonga tourist route planner.
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  • I just dropped in on my island tour.Not that a tourist attraction. Good place for the use of locals. If you have time pop in for a look. 
  • Pacific island culture little boobs and can be touched like a small museum. I felt deep relationship between Japan and the Cook Islands is a very small island, but it was. For the Japanese during World War II article has a little spicy; Admission is at least something to make amends...
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  • We just wandered in, not knowing there was a small admission charge. Once that was rectified, we continued to wander through the exhibits, learning more about the history and culture. 
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