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Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Open daily 10am – 6pm (except Christmas Day)
Te Papa is open from 10am–6pm (except Christmas Day). Find out more about visiting, and what there is to see and do.
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Find out how New Zealand citizens contributed to the suffrage movement in Britain.
Discover more about suffragette Frances Parker – the recipient of the Women’s Social and Political Union Medal for Valour in our collections.
Find out how the Women’s Social and Political Union used New Zealanders like Lady Anna Stout to further their cause.
Blog: Curator Claire Regnault explains the importance of Frances Parker's hunger strike medal and the role that New Zealanders played in supporting the suffrage fight in Britain.