Tahiti Tahiti Museums
Too often, most travelers skip the country's capital and head straight to the other island of their choice, but as you'll see in this week's series of posts, Tahiti has so much to offer. Although Papeete Tahititi does not have the same level of tourist attractions as other islands in the South Pacific, it does offer a selection of interesting and atmospheric places to visit.
This museum also exhibits one of the best collections of black pearls, the private collection of Robert Wan. On your way to the Botanical Gardens, you can discover many exotic flowers, plants and animals in the beautiful gardens, which are located near the Paul Gauguin Museum.
In Arue, Tahiti, it houses an extensive library of over 3,000 books and serves as a wonderful example of life in Tahiti. Guests can visit the Museum of the Pearl, which displays pearls, legends and jewelry making, and the Tahitian Museum of the Iles, which displays exhibits and artifacts from local history and culture. Polynesian artifacts and cultural practices, there is a museum where you can observe a variety of objects, such as jewelry, ceramics, glassware, jewelry and other artifacts.
In the section below you will find more information about the Tahitian Museum of the Iles, the Tahiti Museum and the Museum in Arue. If you would like additional information or would like to book a trip to French Polynesia, please contact us for more details.
The museum in Punaauia, Tahiti, explains the geological history of the island, describes its native flora and fauna, shows the history and culture of the Polynesian peoples and explains and presents the animal and plant life of the islands comprehensively. The museum exhibits a number of animals and birds that have been prepared, as well as a variety of rare plants and animals. This museum is a must-visit, as the beautiful botanical gardens will also take you through it. Our guide took us to the Black Pearl Museum, which is filled with informative exhibits detailing underwater treasures, art, history, literature, etc.
It was interesting to visit the Museum of the Tahiti Islands, which shows a series of historical scenes that have been reconstructed, such as a reproduction of a battle between the French and the Polynesians. It's fun to see if you want to get some warmth, but it's also a great place to cool off after a long day in the sun.
Everyone in the family will love the displays and dioramas that tell of Gauguin's life and work in Tahiti during his time there. Here you can experience the landscapes that inspired him, such as the place where he built a house out of bamboo leaves and discovered the light and colors that changed his painting forever. Here are some of his most famous paintings as well as a number of other paintings from his personal collection.
See Papeete, the capital of French Polynesia, on the island of Tahiti. The island is divided into a series of municipalities, with the lively capital Papesete at the centre, and the islands are divided into several smaller towns and villages, each separated by a few hundred metres of land.
Tahiti is made in the shape of a turtle, and in this museum there is a replica of it, which seems to be in reverse Hawaiian form. It consists of a simple handle and has the same shape as the head of the turtle, but a slightly different head shape and body.
I would like to talk about some of the attractions and activities on the main island of Tahiti, but for anyone who dreams of living by the sea, this is a must during your Tahiti holiday.
Here you can enjoy the beautiful landscape of Tahiti, as well as some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, such as the one on the island of O'ahu.
The French artist Paul Gauguin lived in Tahiti from 1891 - 93, 1895 - 1901, and his museum on the south coast shows his works created during his first years in Tahiti. Polynesian history and culture can be experienced in its culture, which is located in a coconut grove on the edge of the lagoon. The museum in Papeari, Tahitti, tells the story of the artist Paul Gauguin and reflects on his experiences in the exotic South Pacific. Catholic iconography, which he transferred from his native France and the USA to the "exotic" South Pacific.
Gauguin's fabulous colours express the new Eden he found in Tahiti and the unspoilt nature that is still not alive in the rest of Tahiti. He was very interested in nature and its natural beauty, and his fabulous color expresses this in his paintings.
Tahiti has become a major tourist destination in recent years, welcoming visitors from all over the world, from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and even Australia.