For a small place, Bluff has plenty to see and do. Some of the highlights include: numerous short walks, a mountain biking trail, a ship graveyard, an historic gun pit, adventure cruises, fishing charters, and multiple galleries filled with interesting things. The Bluff Maritime Museum is a must-do, with fascinating historical displays on subjects such as; whaling, oystering, and local shipwrecks. Or if it’s an adrenaline rush you’re looking for, then plunge into the deep and come eye to eye with a great white shark from within the safety of Shark Experience’s shark cage.
241 Foreshore Road, Bluff
Fascinating displays include: whaling, oystering, shipwrecks, a working steam engine, historic maps and artworks, and a full-sized oystering boat.
72 Gore Street, Bluff
A quirky local indie museum, information centre, gift shop and small home cinema.
158 Gore Street, Bluff
Helen Back is a sculptor based in this gallery in Bluff.
39 Ward Parade, Stirling Point, Bluff
The trail consists of 17 sites around one of New Zealand's earliest settlements and features points of interest from the life of Sir Joseph Ward.