Places To Visit In Marlborough

Marlborough is one of New Zealand’s most beautiful places to visit, and it has so many great things to do. Here are just a few of my favorited places that I recommend if you’re thinking about visiting:

Top 5 things to do in Marlborough


The Marlborough Museum is one of the best museums in New Zealand, and it’s free! Located on Museum Road, this museum has an extensive collection of native artifacts from around New Zealand. It also has many historical displays that tell stories about life in Marlborough during different eras. If you’re looking for something more modern, check out their new gallery space where they display works by local artists as well as some international artists who have visited or lived here.

Tasmanians of Blenheim:

This unique attraction gives visitors a chance to learn about how people lived before electricity was invented (back when there was no light bulb), including activities like making butter out of cream and baking bread using hot stones instead of ovens!

They also have plenty off artifacts from their time period such as clothing items made out leather hides instead plastic materials so they wouldn’t melt away during hot summers months like today when temperatures reach over 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit)! It’s located just outside town so take some time off work beforehand if possible because parking gets busy quickly enough especially during peak times such as holidays like Christmas Eve which happens right after Thanksgiving Day itself happens too closely together with New Year’s Eve celebrations happening only days later…

Marlborough Museum

The Marlborough Museum is a great place to visit, with lots of things to see and do. It’s also a great place to learn about Marlborough’s history and culture, as well as explore the natural history of this beautiful town.

The museum houses many interesting exhibits including paintings by local artists, artifacts from early settlers in New Zealand, old photographs and more!

Tasmanians of Blenheim

The Tasmanians of Blenheim are a group of well-known actors, musicians and artists who have lived in the town for many years. They have established themselves as a major part of the local community and have become known for their work in theatre, film, television and radio.

The Tasmanians were founded by actor Brian Chapman in 1986 with the aim of bringing together people from all walks of life who wanted to do something positive for their community. Since then it has grown into an organisation that acts as both an acting troupe but also as an activist group promoting causes such as arts education through its workshops (which include children’s theatre).

Verdun’s Vineyards

Verdun’s Vineyards is a family owned vineyard that has been in the family since 1856. It is located in the Marlborough region of New Zealand, where you can enjoy wine tasting and tours of its grounds. The owners are available for all your needs!

Verdun’s Vineyards offers tours of their winery and vineyards on weekends or by appointment. If you’re not sure what to do when visiting Verdun’s Vineyards, they also offer an extensive list of activities throughout the year including:

  • Wine tasting (including flights)
  • Winery tours
  • Gift cards available for purchase

Marlborough House

Marlborough House is a heritage building that was built in 1858. It has been home to many notable people, including Lord Mountbatten and his family, who lived there as children during World War II. The house is also known for being one of the most decorated buildings in New Zealand and has been inducted into both the New Zealand Historic Places Trust’s rolls as well as being listed on protected national sites list.

Discover Marlborough’s Beauty in Comfort with Taxis

If you’re looking for a way to get around town, taxis are a great option. You can get one from the airport or train station and they’re even available in some bus stations and coach stations. Taxi in Marborough are also an affordable way to travel with your family or friends without having to worry about paying for parking!

You can hail a taxi on the street or call them directly through their app (if they offer this). They’ll be able to tell you where they’re located so that when it’s time for them to pick you up, they know where exactly they should go.

Marlborough International Rugby Ground

The Marlborough International Rugby Ground is a rugby ground in Marlborough, New Zealand. It is the home of the Marlborough Rugby Football Club and is also used for other sports such as cricket and football.

The ground was first used for international games in 1947 when it hosted two matches between New Zealand and Australia. The following year saw it host one match between Wales and France; each country winning their respective games comfortably on the day.

If you’re thinking about a trip to Marlborough, check out these places!

If you’re thinking about a trip to Marlborough, check out these places!

  • Blenheim: The Southernmost Town in New Zealand, and birthplace of the New Zealand flag. It’s also home to several wineries and vineyards.
  • Marlborough Sounds: A beautiful area on the east coast of South Island that includes Fiordland National Park and Franz Josef Glacier. Farther north is Nelson Lakes National Park with its many lakes and rivers including Rotoiti River which flows through Queenstown all the way up into Milford Sound!
  • Christchurch: This city has been devastated by earthquakes over recent years but it seems like things are getting better now so if you want some culture this might be for you! There are lots of churches in Christchurch too which makes sense because there was once an earthquake here which destroyed most buildings but not these ones…


Marlborough is a beautiful place to visit. It’s full of history and culture, but it can also be relaxing if you’re looking for an escape from city life. There are many different activities that you can do in Marlborough, so don’t forget about them when planning your trip!

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