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Museum Shop News: Nelson Provincial Museum

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Your Christmas Gifting Guide

Are you looking for something different, locally made, educational or just plain fun to gift to your loved ones this Christmas? Then please, look no further than our Museum Shop – from puzzles to kites, locally made honey, soaps and candles, jewelry, cushions, books and so so much more.

Shop local, support local!

Serpentine Toki –
Taonga by Timoti

Taonga By Timoti sources and carves taonga from Nelson awa, including Pounamu, Pakohe (Arigillite) and Garnet.

Cost: $450
Flox Puzzle

Check out this gorgeous 1000 piece round puzzle by Flox (Kakariki and Waratah). Suitable for ages 8 to adult.

Cost: $44.90

Native Birds Kites –
Glenn Jones

Glenn Jones collaborated with 100%NZ to create a range of native bird inspired kites.

Cost: $34.90
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Dino Chomper

This chompy T-Rex is the perfect friend to take with you through the Dino rEvolution Exhibition at Nelson Provincial Museum.

Cost: $8.99
Knot Candle –
Sarah Ryland

Hand poured in Nelson, New Zealand using 100% natural wax.

Cost: $25
Christmas Stocking & Soft Toy

Dinosaur themed Christmas stocking with a removable T-Rex toy included. Watch your fingers!

Cost: $29.99
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Dinosaurs descend on the Museumbut not as you know them!

Have you checked out our new exhibition yet? Exceptionally well preserved fossils found in China with skin, feathers and quills have revealed secrets that birds were the last branch in the dinosaur family tree, forever changing our image of these primeval giants.

Dinosaur Revolution: Secrets of Survival features skeletons, skulls, and fossil casts that will transport you to a time when these amazing creatures ruled the world.

Discover whether T. Rex really did have brown scales and hear the large animatronic dinosaurs roar! They can sense you coming, but don’t worry…they don’t bite!

The exhibition is open to the public until Sunday 27th March 2022.

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