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Current exhibits on display at the Cambridge Museum

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Toys – Taonga tākaro

The games we play growing up are similar no matter in what time or place we live. These taonga tāka (toys) date from the early 1900s to the present day.   Can you spot the ones…

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Early Stories

Learn some of the rich history of this area in the Waipā district, featuring taonga and artefacts dating from the 1400s-1900s.  

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In-gallery Activities

Get more from your museum visit. Have fun with Scavenger Hunts and other in-gallery activities.   Scavenger Hunts Discover Māori taonga, historic collection items and much more as you explore our gallery. Fill out an…

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  01 October  -  01 August

Cambridge and the Waikato Mounted Rifles

The Waikato Mounted Rifles (WMR) is the New Zealand Army’s only Territorial Force (Army Reserve) squadron of the Royal New Zealand Armoured Corps. The Squadron’s origins can be traced back to 1869 when the first mounted unit was raised…

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  14 December  -  26 November

Firefighting in Cambridge

Fire! Fire! Fire! The formation of the Cambridge Volunteer Fire Brigade Imagine battling fires with buckets and handheld fire grenades. That was the reality in Cambridge before the Volunteer Fire Brigade was formed in 1904.…

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Dennis Davis – Builder

We have on display at the museum at present several good examples of Victorian woodworking tools, including planes and saws. These have been carefully cleaned and oiled by Committee member Bruce Dean, who has showcased…

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Star Redoubt

Where was the Star Redoubt? Visit the Museum to see some of the artefacts found on the archaeological dig that took place on the site of the Star Redoubt.  Find its location. Complete the activity…

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Woodturners’ Club

The Cambridge Woodturners’ Club started meeting in 1987 at the woodwork room at the Cambridge High School.  Ralph Sinclair gave much support to the group.  View his model of a woodturners’ workshop at the museum.

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Early Cambridge Photos

We have a large collection of early Cambridge photos. Come in and see how much Cambridge has changed.

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Plus our standing exhibits

Call in to see our other exhibits.  There is something for everyone at 24 Victoria Street.  We look forward to seeing you.