Tauranga offers visitors a potpourri of activities from a rich tapestry of street art, a well regarded art gallery, community art centres to pop into and a chance to visit one of Aotearoa’s premier Maori Meeting House with its exquisite carvings and stories.
Begin the day exploring the Tauranga Art Gallery. The gallery is a veteran public exhibit space and focuses on the region, new, emerging and established artists. There is a great gift shop as part of the exhibition space.
The Incubator – TAURANGA
A must go destination to view up and coming contemporary artists and multimedia artists. The Incubator gallery presents a vibrant exhibition programme profiling emerging and established artists that are both nationally and locally recognised.
The individual cubicles of The Incubator Studios provide professional arts practitioners with a platform for a personal space to research and create their individual works in an inclusive, supportive and connected environment.
The place to be is BAYCOURT COMMUNITY & ARTS CENTRE. The centre showcases local performing arts talent. The theatre, the shows and events entertain, inspire and invite visitors to escape into imaginative worlds.
The Society established a museum in Tauranga in the 1960’s and supported the Historic Village in the 1970’s. Today the Tauranga Historical Society’s vision is the preservation, interpretation and promotion of historical and cultural heritage of the Western Bay of Plenty for the people of the region and beyond. The objectives are:
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