Historic public memorials

The Council administers monuments and memorials throughout Wellington.

Upgraded cenotaph.

War memorials

The Cenotaph on Lambton Quay commemorates Wellington casualties who died in the two World Wars and other wars during the period 1946 to 1995.

For information about the National Memorial, Atatürk Memorial and other war memorials, go to: National Monuments and War Graves - Ministry of Culture and Heritage

Bolton Street Cemetery

Bolton Street Cemetery includes Wellington's oldest cemetery with graves of notable New Zealanders including Richard Seddon.

Bolton Street Cemetery - Wellington Gardens

Truby King Mausoleum

Truby King Park holds the house, gardens and mausoleum of Plunket founder Sir Truby King.

Truby King Park - Wellington Gardens

Public artwork memorials

To view an index of public artwork throughout Wellington, see: Sculptures and memorials