The Jack Morgan Museum

 

The Jack Morgan Museum is easy to find situated on State highway one at Hukerenui next to the historical Hukerenui Tavern. Volunteers are ready to welcome visitors and answer questions. Welcome and lets have some fun!

Discover our latest exhibition about  Northland history.

Inside our Museum

 

You will find a range of tools, machinery and exhibitions on the early pioneering spirit of Northland. Come along and learn about the history of the Hukerenui area.

Opening Hours

 

Summer Hours (1st Oct to 1st May)

10am to 4pm

Winter Hours   (1st May to 31st Sept)

10am to 3pm

 

Open daily except:

Good Friday                     

Easter Sunday

Xmas Eve & Xmas Day

Boxing Day            

Anzac Day before 1pm            

New Years Day

 Admission Charges

Adults - $10

Goldcard Holders - $8

Children (5-15yrs) -- $2

Family (2A + 3C) - -$20

Groups (10+)---------$8 

 Annual Museum Friends Pass - $10

Jack Morgan.

 

Jack Morgan was born in 1916, and has lived all his 96 years in the Hukerenui area. His passion for collecting memorabilia from the early pioneering days began about 35 years ago. The collection includes stationary motors, farming and household equipment, forestry, -etc. which he gifted to the community in 2008.

 

On April 3rd 2013 Mr Jack Morgan received the Paul Harris Fellowship award.

School visits.

Our Sponsors

Nothing Stops the Floods.

 

A history of the Hikurangi Swamp Scheme and the big weather events that affected the people who live in the Hukerenui Survey District.

100 pages with 190 photographs, maps and diagrams.

This is a fund-raising project for the Jack Morgan Museum and money for the books can be paid direct to their bank account - $30 a book. ASB 12-3093-0260453-00

Thank you for your support, Diana Menefy

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