The Masterton Arts Quarter includes Aratoi - Wairarapa Museum of Art & History, ConArt Gallery & Studio, King Street Artworks and Te Pā (Te Pātukituki o Wairarapa), all located at the northern end of Masterton.
ConArt (Container Art) is a collection of containers creating an exciting gallery and Wairarapa art studio space.
Oggi Domani is a ceramic art and design studio where artist Josephine Durkin creates unique ceramic pieces combining traditional Italian design with a contemporary feel.
Check out the eight vibrant murals around Martinborough as you walk or cycle around the village.
Heart of Arts, based in Carterton is a unique arts, culture and heritage hub showcasing local artists.
The Martinborough Fair is the best craft fair in New Zealand, held twice each year in February and March.
Masterton Amateur Theatrical Society (MATS) is a brilliant organisation concerned with putting on shows for the community to enjoy!
There's always something fascinating at Aratoi in Masterton, the Wairarapa's largest museum. You'll discover national and Wairarapa displays, exquisite Māori taonga/treasures, ceramics, paintings, photography, children's art, textiles, and much more.