Other times: by appointment
Group bookings: free
The Tuku'aho Memorial Museum is a place to explore traditional Tongan culture. Visitors can view objects from everyday Tongan activities such as tapa making and kava ceremonies right through to tradtional Tongan games and fishing. There is also a room dedicated to objects from other Pacific Island nations and the history of Tuopu College.
Tuku'aho Memorial Museum is a museum.
The collection includes objects used in Tongan daily life and sports, objects made by Tupou College students, objects related to the history of Tupou College and objects from other Pacific Islands. There are also some images of the history of the Toloa campus.
Number of items in the collection: 0
The collection contains items of the following types: Art, Heritage, Photography, Cultural or Ethnographic, Archaeological, Natural History (Animal Specimens, wet and dry), Contemporary, Posters, Pamphlets, Documents or Paper-based items, Outdoor sculpture, art or monuments.
Languages: English & Tongan