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TUESDAY 3RD MARCH 2020
A THING TO DO THIS TUESDAY

in WELLINGTON
PRICE: Free
TIME: 30 mins - 1 hour
Wellington's Cable Car Museum (open from 9.30am - 5pm) charts the rising fortunes of the city's emblematic cable car, from its beginnings in 1902. In the original Winding House at Kelburn Lookout, discover two of the original cars on the system and find out more about more than a century of upward (and downward) travel.
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WELLINGTON
WELLINGTON
41.29°S, 174.78°E


Sunrise: 07:04
Sunset: 20:00
Moon Phase: waxing gibbous
Weather: overcast clouds, 16°C max, 15°C min


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