Kate Sheppard House was the family home of Kate Sheppard between 1888 and 1902, where the pioneering suffragist and her fellow campaigners organised their movement to secure the vote for women.
The house is a research centre and a heritage venue to showcase Sheppard and other New Zealand women responsible for significant social change and is now open for the public to visit, enjoy and to seek inspiration from.
Building, grounds and gardens open to the public
Preservation of women's history
Background and memorabilia from the suffrage era
Phone: 04 472 4341