Bulls Museum

81 High Street, Bulls
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The Bulls Museum is situated in the former “Stables” building Est. 1910 in High Street and is operated by the Bulls & Districts Historical Association

The Museum houses an extensive collection of items used by the early settler;saddlery, blacksmiths and farming equipment, household items, telephone exchange, grocery shop/general store, garage, and an ANZAC/Mounted Rifles display.

It holds a collection of archives containing information on local churches, schools, cemeteries, clubs, photographs, family histories, newspapers and local history books, which are available for research.

The vision for Bulls Museum is to preserve the early history of Bulls, to promote this to local and international visitors, and to provide a research facility. To meet this vision the museum is staffed by volunteers and is open daily from 10am to 3pm or by request.

Located in the heart of the “Unforget-a-Bull” township of Bulls, the Bulls Museum is a treasure trove of Historical Records, Photographs’, Reference Books, and War Memorabilia.

Open daily from 10am till 3pm
Entry is free, though a donation is always appreciated.

Opening Hours

Open daily from 10am till 3pm

Country New Zealand
Region Manawatu-Wanganui
Distance 38 Kilometers
Address 81 High Street, Bulls