Lakes District Museum Information Centre

Info Centre

Activities & Accommodation

We are able to assist with booking all your activities and accommodation required while you are in the Wakatipu. Just ask at reception and leave the planning up to us. The only thing you need to worry about is enjoying your holiday.

Walking and Cycling Tracks

There is a reason the Wakatipu is nicknamed ‘Walk-a-tipu’. That’s because there are scores of walking tracks in the area for all levels of ability. Many leave from Arrowtown’s back door – and take you along the same routes as those hardy miners, or allow you to meander around rivers and lakes. Marvel at the striking scenery, or discover old mining ruining while getting out and enjoying this environment. Come and see us for a map and some advice about which walk would suit you best.

The Wakatipu has become a cyclist's paradise! The Queenstown Trails network has over 100km of gorgeous cycle trails that meander through our lovely countryside. We can help you hire a bike and we have maps of the trails available to help you decide where to go!

Show Tickets

We live in such a creative environment, so it is a privilege to be able to support these events by selling tickets to them.

We are currently selling tickets to:

All Bells in Paradise

Sue Patterson and Remarkable Vocals - Christmas Songs for Choir

Sunday 6th December at 3:00pm at Thomas Brown's Gallery.

Complimentary refreshments

Adults $25 (free for children)


Matinee 12.30pm

Evening show 5:30pm

Adults $16.00

Children $9.00

Cash or EFTPOS only (no credit cards)

If you would like us to sell tickets on your behalf, please contact the administration team, .