Coach House Museum
Address: 121 South St, Feilding
Phone: (06) 323 6401
Website: Coach House Museum
- Weekdays: 10am–4pm
- Weekends: 10am–4pm
- Closed on Public Holidays
Venue Types: Discovery, Museum
Amenities: Carpark, Wheelchair Access, Toilets, Guided Tours Available, Gift Shop
Suitable for Ages: Adults
- Family group (2 adults + 3 children): $25.00
- Adult: $10.00
- Child/youth (5-17 yr): $5.00
- Pre-school: $0.00
- Door Sales Only
- Booking fees may apply
Feilding's home of rural stories.
The Coach House Museum is home to an outstanding collection of rural New Zealand heritage, including many historic vehicles, farm implements and archival displays from the horse drawn era and beyond.
The museum explores pre-European history of local Maori, early European settlement and land development and the mechanisation of agriculture. Highlights include the Spall Collection - The rare 'Fitch Four' tractor & other stationary engines and the Crawshaw Collection - historic John Deere tractors and machinery.
The special stories of our early settlers in Feilding and the wider Manawatu region are celebrated throughout the museum in an extensive display of artifacts, audiovisual displays, informative descriptions and photographs.
Open 7 days 10am-4pm.
Group/event bookings & packages available by prior arrangement.