Wellington City Tour

Wellington City Tour


  • Old St. Paul Cathedral
  • Mt. Victoria
  • Weta Cave
  • Weta Workshop
  • Te Papa Museum
  • Cuba Street



Passing through the Capital city we will pass by NZ Parliament house and take our first stop at Old St. Paul Cathedral – Be embraced by the beauty of this gorgeous wooden cathedral – still sacred, constructed entirely of native timbers, is one of New Zealand’s greatest heritage places and an excellent example of a unique colonial architecture.

We will then head towards Mt. Victoria – Rising 196m above the city, the Mount Victoria Lookout is a Wellington must-do. Head to the lookout and be rewarded with stunning panoramic views of Wellington city, its harbour, and beyond.

Further down the road visit Weta Cave - The famous Weta Cave Shop is the hub of Weta Studio Tours in Miramar, Wellington. It’s not just a retail store: it’s a cavern of creativity. At the Weta Cave you can snap a selfie with our life-sized Hobbit troll sculptures, wander through our mini museum, and watch our exclusive documentary – it’s a movie lover’s paradise. Weta Cave gives you exclusive insights into the creativity and imagination that goes into the art of crafting at Weta.

Pick up incredible artefacts from the world of film: The Weta Cave boasts a range of high-end sculptures, prop replicas, art prints and apparel designed by Weta artists. Exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary – Screening every 30 minutes.

Mini museum – A showcase of props and artefacts from the films we’ve worked on.

Unique photo opportunities – Photography is permitted throughout the Weta Cave.

Weta Workshop guided tour is also an option – (At your own cost) Then take a scenic route back to City centre Visit Wellington best attraction

Te Papa Museum – An overview of what makes New Zealand unique. Explore our diverse natural environment, Māori culture and Tonga, and our art and colonial history. Learn more about this vibrant land, its dynamic culture, and the spirit of its people.

Finally, if time allows shop at Wellington’s famous and coolest street a slice of bohemia called Cuba Street – a place with culinary and creative soul. It’s where people meet, busk, shop, dine and the best place in town to soak up the capital of cool’s culture. The street has been a registered Historic Area under the Historic Places Act since 1995.