Monday – Friday 10am-4pm, Weekends and public holidays 10am-2pm
Admission is free for everyone. Donations are welcome.
Find us at in the Courthouse, 24 Victoria Street, Cambridge. Parking in Cambridge is free.
VISITING WHILE UNDER ALERT LEVEL 3
The safety and well being of our visitors and staff is our number one priority. You’ll find your visit will be a little different to the last time you were here, to keep you safe as you explore our taonga.
We’ll be taking precautions, such as:
- Limited visitor numbers
- Physical distancing and
- One way traffic flows through the Museum
The health and well being of our visitors, volunteers and staff remains our top priority.
24 Victoria Street
Directions – How to get to Cambridge Museum
You’ll find us on Victoria Street, near the centre of town, just a three minute walk from the delectable cafes and boutique shops in the town centre. Or it is a four minute stroll from the Cambridge i-SITE.
Cambridge is on the North Island’s main State Highway 1 between Hamilton and Rotorua/Taupo. Follow signs into the town centre, and you will find the museum on Victoria Street.
There are parking bays in front of the museum and a free car park to the rear which can be accessed via Commerce Street and Fort Street.
National and public buses service Cambridge seven days a week, with frequent services north, east, south and west. Intercity coaches pick up and depart from the Lake Street bus stop beside the Cambridge Town Hall.
For bookings and timetables please visit the Cambridge i-SITE on the corner of Queen and Victoria streets or phone 07 823-3456.
We are unable to provide wheelchair access in to the museum, due to the building’s heritage status. A handrail is provided to assist with the five steps on entry.
Seating is available in the main exhibition space and in our picturesque front garden.
Kids and Families
Kids and families are always welcome to the museum. Museum Scavenger Hunts for pre-school and primary-aged children are available for free all year round, and special activities are often planned during school breaks and summer holidays. Check out Current Exhibitions for more details.
The museum does not provide public toilets. However, nearby facilities are available in Milicich Place or at the Waipa District Council Service Centre.