Wellington City Sights and Coastline Tour - 2.5 Hours

Wellington
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2.5 hours
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Highlights

  • Visit Wellington's iconic city locations
  • 2.5 hour tour of New Zealand's capital city
  • Personal tour commentary by a local Wellingtonian

Discover Wellington City through the eyes of a local. Experience the best attractions and must-see landmarks and get off the tourist trail. Take in a beautiful 360° view of Wellington from Mount Victoria, experience the rugged South Coast, and explore quaint villages throughout the city.

What's Included?

  • 2.5 hour guided tour of Wellington
  • On board commentary

Explore Windy Wellington on this 2.5 hour fully guided tour taking in all the must-see locations.

Your tour will head to the iconic sights including the New Zealand Parliament Buildings and Beehive, Wellington Museum and the Wellington Botanic Gardens.

You’ll also be able to take a ride on the Wellington Cable Car from Lambton Quay to the lookout at Kelburn (at your own cost), and enjoy the views across the cityscape from Mount Victoria.

With plenty of photo opportunities along the way, this is the perfect way to take in all the key locations of the city.

Session Length

  • Operates daily except Christmas Day
  • Departs at 9am or 1pm

Guidelines

Cable Car tickets are at your own cost, payable on the day.

Cancellation

Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.

Other Info

Please note that the Wellington Museum stop currently replaces the Old St Pauls Cathedral stop while it is closed for seismic strengthening. It is due to re-open in May 2020.

This experience takes place in Wellington.