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  • Giant in the North Sunday 26 July 2015 - Sunday 15 November 2015

    Free Family

    Waikato’s famous Kawhia giant penguin rises once again to full stature.

  • Fun Saturday 1 August 2015 - Sunday 27 September 2015

    Free Family

    Fun is an exhibition of art from Waikato Museum’s collections depicting good times, leisure and the pursuit of fun.

  • For Us They Fell Sunday 2 August 2015 - Sunday 11 November 2018

    Free Family

    For Us They Fell is an exhibition about the men and women of the Waikato during World War 1. It will open on Anzac Day, 2015.

  • Exscite Sunday 2 August 2015 - Thursday 31 December 2020

    Family

    The Exscite science gallery aims to foster a learning experience in an exciting and engaging environment.

  • Explore the Tudor Garden Sunday 2 August 2015 - Thursday 31 December 2015

    Free Family

    Mythical creatures and intricate knot gardens!

  • Body In Action Exhibition Sunday 2 August 2015 - Sunday 11 October 2015

    Family

    This entertaining and educational family exhibition explores the way our bodies work in colourful and exciting ways.

  • Planet Warriors Monday 3 August 2015 - Thursday 31 December 2020

    Family

    Experience the interactive and inspiring world of Planet Warriors where every visitor can take up the challenge of becoming one of the planet's newest warriors!

  • Mangaiti Gully Restoration Project Wednesday 5 August 2015 12:00 a.m. - Wednesday 25 November 2015

    Free Family

    Restoring the Mangaiti Park gully along the Kirikiriroa Stream back to the original flora and fauna typical of Waikato gullies in pre European times.

  • Things You Didn't Know About the Waikato Wednesday 5 August 2015

    Free

    Te Radar will present a series of interesting and entertaining facts about Hamilton and the Waikato region.

  • Miropiko Reserve River Bank Restoration Wednesday 5 August 2015 9:30 a.m. - Wednesday 25 November 2015 12:00 p.m.

    Free Family

    Come along and meet other locals with similar interests and gain some native plant knowledge and restoration experience.