We display and demonstrate historic artifacts from the Tairāwhiti region.

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East Coast Museum of Technology East Coast Museum of Technology East Coast Museum of Technology
The East Coast Museum of Technology (ECMoT) is a museum owned and operated by a non-profit volunteer organisation. ECMoT is an all weather activity and has a varied collection of items that will suit a range of interests. There's always something new to discover. They display and demonstrate historic artifacts from the Tairāwhiti region, showcasing technology and its development relevant to Gisborne and the surrounding area.

ADMISSION
Adults: $10
Children and Secondary Students: $2
Primary School: $1
Pre-School Children: FREE
Contact
Location
Address:
Gisborne 4010
Opening Times
Business Hours:
Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 4pm | Monday, Tuesday, Thursday open by appointment for groups and schools | Wednesday: CLOSED

Months of Operation:
Facilities and Features
Proximity to Town:
Within 6km of Gisborne city
Proximity to Airport:
Within 3.5km of the Gisborne Airport
Proximity to Bus:
Within 6km of the Intercity coach terminal outside the Gisborne i-SITE Visitor Information Centre
Parking:
On-site parking available
Weather Considerations:
All weather activity

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