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Your History Needs a Home: Nelson Provincial Museum

When a storm threatens, our team use sandbags and plastic sheets to safeguard your heritage.
Our Isel Park research and collection storage facility in Stoke is on its last legs. The asbestos-filled roof leaks and the building is earthquake and flood prone, putting thousands of locally, nationally and globally significant treasures at risk, including an extraordinary UNESCO-inscribed photography collection. Each precious item tells stories of people who helped make Nelson Tasman the place you love.
Our stories deserve better. That’s why we have a plan to future-proof your history. Introducing the Archives, Research and Collection (ARC) Facility – a fit-for-purpose building designed to weather any storm. To be built in Church Street, the ARC will safeguard your heritage, improve your access to the collection and add to the life of Nelson’s CBD.
Our Givealittle goal of $115,000 represents a dollar for every person living in the Nelson Tasman region.
We would greatly appreciate your support, whether a dollar, or an amount you feel you can afford – every contribution helps us towards our goal.


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