Family Activities Picton
THE EDWIN FOX MARITIME MUSEUM
A detailed history of the 9th oldest ship in the world - the Edwin Fox. A large collection of artefacts from on board the ship was found whilst cleaning between the frames. The Maritime Centre is located 100 metres from the Rail Ferry Terminal on the Picton Foreshore. Access is available to the ship and also the Graving Dock she is housed in. For more info click here
PICTON MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Open daily 10am - 4pm. It is very informative and well worth a visit. There are particular items of interest to the whaling industry, which operated from Tory Channel and Port Underwood. There are also interesting displays on Maori, Early Settlers and Mythical interest from around the area.
PICTON MOVIE THEATRE
Picton's art house cinema is situated at EcoWorld Aquarium & Terrarium on the Picton Foreshore. Enjoy some of the best current British and European movies in a comfortable, intimate, air-conditioned cinema while enjoying a snack and a non-alcoholic beverage.
The gallery is a tribute to scows and scowmen of early New Zealand. Learn about the history of the scow. It is now converted to cafe/restaurant. Past the Echo you will find Shelly Beach and the Queen Charlotte Yacht Club - For more info click here
PICTON GOLF CLUB
Situated on State Highway 1 at Koromiko, approximately 6 km south of Picton there is an attractive 9 hole course which offers a variety of interesting and challenging holes.
Marlborough's picturesque vineyards and wineries where internationally acclaimed wines are created.
Great selection of room-options which are available to choose from when booking online.