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All reviews whale bones worth a visit lots of history whaling station national trust members pink cottage interesting stuff wander around seal colony free entry foundation historic curator information development heritage admission
The responsible lady presented in a very nice way the history behind the Fuffy House and also the history way back from the period of when the maoris cam to New Zeeland and what later on happened in 1840 when the english people arrived.
Cute pink cottage along the peninsula walkway so an easy detour. Part of the original whaling station so lots of history. The foundations are supported by whale bones which you can see. Worth a visit although the internal displays could be better. $10 adult entrance...More
A historical site, the very beginning story in Kaikoura, if you are interested in history, this is the place you should visit. The original five houses aren't there anymore. As far as you can see, there might be 2 left.
Greeted by a very friendly lady who spent some time providing a lot of interesting background information before we set off on our free flow tour. The house is small so it doesn't take long to explore but is still very interesting and it is...More
An interesting little place, a short walk from the Pier Hotel. Worth a visit to give you more information about life in Kaikoura and the early families who settled here. It's $10 entry fee for an adult.
On arriving at Kaikoura we headed to Fyffe House for a brief visit. We had lunch at one of the picnic tables scattered in front of the building. On entry, there was a brief talk from the staff member who told us a little of...More
Well worth the stop and an hour of your time if you are interested in the history of the house and of Kaikoura. The museum is well documented with interesting information. Congratulations to the volunteers who run this place.