Date: 18 September 2020
Start Time: 09:30am
End Time: 05:30pm
Age Restriction: All Ages
Tickets: Free Admission
“In 2015 the development of 107 Wharf Street triggered an archaeological investigation that has allowed the layers of the past to be scientifically recorded and artefacts collected through excavation.
The job of the archaeologist is to unpick the evidence left behind, often buried, by people who have lived before us to understand the way they lived and when.” - Brigid Gallagher, MishMish Heritage.
Visit Tauranga City Library and see archaeological finds that illustrate fascinating phases of the town’s history from Maori to British Imperial troops to colonial settlement. It even has a well-known local photographer in mix!
Te hauora me te waiora (Health & Safety):
Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell,
Please scan the contact tracing QR code on arrival,
Please wear a mask if you have one,
Please practice physical distancing (1 metre apart, sorry no hugging or shaking hands),
Hand sanitiser will be available,
Thank you for helping us make this a safe place for all.
Photo credit: Fiona Kean.