The Elms | Te Papa Tauranga
THE ELMS HISTORICAL SITE The Elms is one of the Bay of Plenty’s oldest heritage sites. As a place of early contact between Māori and Pākehā, this historic site remains at the centre of Tauranga’s history and identity today. Encompassing category one listed heritage buildings and nationally…
If you love history, then visit The Elms in Tauranga for an interesting and informative guided tour by a local volunteer.
One of the earliest houses in the area, lovely gardens, check house open times.
A place of early contact between Maori and Pakeha, this historic site remains at the centre of Tauranga's history and identity today.
“Try the honey before you buy; life bee display and information about the life cycle of bees and honey production. Great icecream too - can be very busy on cruise ship days”
“Just 5 minutes walk from here Two very popular playgrounds (often hosting events), Large water fountain, Humpty Dumpty! (He's 50 years old), Skate ramp (half pipe), Free barbeques, Memorial cenotaph, Swimming Pools, Miniature railway and mini golf, Queen Elizabeth Youth Centre and Memorial Hall, PUBLIC TOILETS are available at the Rowing Club building, and at the rear of the QEYC”
“It's a trendy place to go for a variety of different food and drinks. It's got yummy vegan options as well as well as the meaty types! They have beer on tap, a communal seating area like an outdoor beer hall, and some cool shops. All within shipping containers! Right in the middle of Tauranga cbd so a good way to dive in. ”
“Kulim Park and Fergusson Park are linked by a walkway along the harbour front”