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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Wellington

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Historical Places in Wellington

Lighthouse
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Cape Palliser Lighthouse is a lighthouse at Cape Palliser in the Wellington region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is owned and operat
Tours from $204
Cemetery
Bolton Street Cemetery , Wellington
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Stroll the winding paths of Bolton Street Cemetery, the final resting place of many historical figures, including the founder of Wellington W
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Wellington railway station is the main railway station serving Wellington, New Zealand, and is the southern terminus of the North Island Main
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Duration: 11 hours
New Zealand's longest running passenger service, the Northern Explorer is a long distance scenic train service running between Wellington and Auckland.  Experience the extremes of New Zealand's scenery, from the fertile farmlands of Waikato to the volcanic peaks of the Central Plateau and the sparkling Kapiti Coast.
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Church
Old St Paul's , Wellington
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In the heart of Wellington's heritage district stands Old St Paul's, a former cathedral made wholly out of native timbers. An outstanding exa
Tours from $53
Religious Site
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The Wellington Cathedral of St Paul (also called St Paul's Cathedral or Wellington Cathedral) is an Anglican church in the city of Wellington
Tours from $15

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Where to stay in Wellington

As an established, modern capital city, Wellington offers accommodations of numerous shapes and sizes. Get a harbor view at a luxury hotel by the waterfront, or enjoy simple rental rooms at one of the many backpacker hostels. Cheaper accommodation lies outside the downtown area, with motels, campsites, and RV parks providing options for those on smaller budgets, and travelers wanting to get out of town and into the rolling, green hills. Wellington benefits from a wide range of transport and a very efficient infrastructure, so you'll have access to attractions no matter where you stay.
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