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For an imaginative, interactive experience of Wellington’s social and maritime history, head to this beguiling little museum, housed in an 1892 bond store on the wharf. Highlights include a moving documentary on the Wahine, the inter-island ferry that sank in the harbour in 1968 with the loss of 51 lives. Māori legends are dramatically told using tiny holographic actors and special effects.
The 'Attic' has an eclectic set of exhibits including a whizz-bang time machine and a suitably kooky display on Wellington vampire flick What We Do In The Shadows.