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The Beehive
This distinctive building actually does resemble a beehive. The controversial construction of it began in 1969 and wasn't completed until 1980. Bowen Street

Katherine Mansfield's Birthplace
This small house and garden was where one of New Zealand's most famous writer's grew up. The house is full of artifacts, original furnishings and ornaments. There is a room dedicated to her work and informative video screenings of her life. 25 Tinakori Road

Parliament House
This 1922 Edwardian style building looks suitable to hold the heads of government. There are guided tours of this building available.

Parliamentary Library
Situated next door to Parliament House is the Victorian Gothic official government library building.

Premier House
Dating back to 1843, this is the Prime Minister's official home. Tinakori Road

St Paul's Cathedral
Built in 1863 this quaint church has a stunning timber interior. Mulgrave Street

The Government Buildings
This is one of the largest wooden buildings in the world, but is quite deceiving because from a distance you would swear it was made of stone. Many offices are house here now. Lambton Quay

Thistle Inn
This holds the mantle of being one of New Zealand's oldest pubs and was constructed in 1840. Mulgrave Street

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