Cobblestones is a working Victorian village in beautiful Greytown. See, touch, and hear how Wairarapa’s early settlers lived, worked, and played in the 1800s and 1900s. Start at the Exhibition building for a taste of local history and learn the lay of the land.
Then grab a Cobblestones village map to plan your journey through time.
|Kids (5 and up)||$4.00|
$10.00 (Gold card $8.00)
|Annual Family Pass||$50.00|
Open Every day
10am until 4pm (October – May)
10am until 3pm (June – September)
Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday, ANZAC Day morning
Bring the kids to see, touch and hear about the weird and wonderful ways people lived 150 years ago. Fill in an activity book, or inspect all the rooms in the historic cottage. Relax with a picnic and some Schoc Chocolate in the shady gardens – your small children are safely corralled in the fully fenced site.
School groups can get a taste for what life was like in the 1800s. Meet a costumed school teacher. Learn about history and social sciences while sitting at an actual desk in a historic school house.
Large groups are warmly welcomed at Cobblestones village. Bus tours, social clubs, special interest groups – we’re geared up to work with you for the best possible experience. Guided tours led by one of our knowledgeable volunteers are in hot demand. Get in touch to book one for your group.
Cobblestones is at 169 Main Street, Greytown.
We’re just over an hour from Wellington on SH2, and 20 minutes south of Masterton on SH2.
Take the Wairarapa train from Wellington and get off at Woodside station. Buses go between Woodside and Greytown daily.