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Check Out Te Papa's New Website!

Check Out Te Papa's New Website!

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Tena koe

Tirohia te kupenga a Te Papa, e taea ai te whakaata i nga mahi kei konei.

http://www.tepapa.govt.nz

We have a new website! The new bilingual site, launched today, will give you detailed information about Te Papa's activities - including exhibitions, events, new acquisitions and education programmes. Virtual visitors will be able to find out a lot more about our collections and also meet the teams behind the research that goes on at Te Papa. There's a special section for kids, and an easy to use calendar of events.

Visit us at http://www.tepapa.govt.nz and see for yourself.


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