Welcome to the Morrinsville Museum
See our smart facility and contribute your own ideas, stories, items and information to the history of Morrinsville.
Features of the museum include the McDonald cottage, displays of Maori tools, school items, childhood toys and dairy farm items. Also see our own film “The Green Circle” (25 minutes)
The museum archives hold an extensive collection of Morrinsville material including photographs which are available for viewing on request.
Opening Hours for the Museum
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday 12.30pm to 4.00pm
Saturday from 9.00am to 2.00 pm. – Market Day only.
Our opening hours on Sunday 10.30am to 2.00pm
We do strongly suggest you ring The Morrinsville Museum before you set off on your family day out to visit the Museum. We are dependent on volunteers staff. If you wish to visit outside the listed hours you can call 889 4190 or email the museum to arrange a time to visit.
Exhibitions – What to see
Morrinsville Railway Exhibition opens 16th October 2016. to the 3 March 2017
We will honour each Morrinsville Serviceman on the anniversary of his death
with a special personal review of his service to his Country and Morrisville district.
The First World War and its Morrinsville Soldiers
Lance Corporal Jack Bruce Clark
Died 31January 1917 Aged 22
9th Auckland Infantry Battalion
Please phone all your inquires to:Museum manager :Barbara Dalziel Phone (07) 889 4190
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