Wellington is the capital and second largest city of New Zealand, located at the south western tip of North Island. Being the heart of New Zealand’s film industry, Wellington is world known for its film tourism. It is the world’s southernmost capital and the world’s windiest city.

Worth a visit are the Te Papa (the Museum of New Zealand), the Great War Exhibition, the National Library of New Zealand, the Archives of New Zealand, the Wellington Museum, the Katherine Mansfield Birthplace Museum, the Colonial Cottage, the New Zealand Cricket Museum, the Cable Car Museum, the Reserve Bank Museum, Old St Paul's, the Wellington City Art Gallery, Frank Kitts Park, the Futuna Chapel, Mount Victoria, Mount Kaukau, Wrights Hill, the Brooklyn Wind Turbine, the Massey Memorial, the Karori Cemetery, Elmscourt, the Oriental Parade, Zealandia (Karori Wildlife Sanctuary), Plimmer's Ark, the Parliament Buildings and the Parliamentary Library, Turnbull House, the Wellington Central Library, Matiu/Somes Island, and the Carter Observatory.

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