Lillia’s Lace Museum is a NZ Museums specialist museum, showcases the history and byways of international and New Zealand lace and lace-making. Its relocation to Geraldine from Upper Moutere a decade ago is also a nod to past local lace-making. The Talbot Street facility is an eponymous tribute to its owner’s Geraldine-born lace-making grandmother. Exquisite craftsmanship is lovingly displayed in glass wooden cabinets. And find out if the museum owner thinks New Zealand has a lace making style of its own.