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Acoustic Yin - Yin Yoga with live acoustic music

Sun 19 Dec, 4:00 pm - 5:20 pm

Acoustic Yin - Yin Yoga with live acoustic music

1 Ottawa Road, Ngaio, Wellington 6035, New Zealand

Aotearoa Literary Coven Cards LAUNCH

Thu 9 Dec, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Aotearoa Literary Coven Cards LAUNCH

Easterfield Building 21 Kelburn Parade, Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New Zealand

 The Effective Speaker - Wellington, 16th & 17th Feb 2022

Wed 16 Feb - Thu 17 Feb, 9:00 am

The Effective Speaker - Wellington, 16th & 17th Feb 2022

152 The Terrace, Wellington Central, Wellington 6134, New Zealand

Kristallnacht Commemorative Concert

Wed 27 Apr, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Kristallnacht Commemorative Concert

131-135 Lambton Quay, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Pivot Conference 2021-22

Sun 13 Mar - Mon 14 Mar, 6:00 pm

Pivot Conference 2021-22

75 Featherston Street, Pipitea, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Unchatter: A Connection Experience in Wellington

Fri 10 Dec, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Unchatter: A Connection Experience in Wellington

2/57 Willis Street, Wellington Central, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Free

2022 NZ Hi-Tech Awards Launch - Wellington

Wed 26 Jan - Thu 27 Jan, 5:00 pm

2022 NZ Hi-Tech Awards Launch - Wellington

Level 4, 10 Waterloo Quay, Pipitea, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Free

Digital Trust Hui Taumata

Thu 19 May, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Digital Trust Hui Taumata

4 Queens Wharf, Te Aro, Wellington 6140, New Zealand

Free

NZ Small Business & Entrepreneur Festival Powered by Xero  - SME&E

Mon 4 Apr - Tue 5 Apr, 9:00 am

NZ Small Business & Entrepreneur Festival Powered by Xero - SME&E

4 Queens Wharf, Wellington Central, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Festival for the Future 2022

Fri 29 Jul - Sun 31 Jul, 4:00 pm

Festival for the Future 2022

4 Queens Wharf

Free

UN Women Film Fundraiser: Breaking Bread

Thu 2 Dec, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

UN Women Film Fundraiser: Breaking Bread

29 Wigan Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Creative HQ: Making a great start / March

Thu 3 Mar, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Creative HQ: Making a great start / March

7 Dixon Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Creative HQ: In the thick of it / March

Thu 17 Mar, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Creative HQ: In the thick of it / March

7 Dixon Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Creative HQ: Front of room / June

Thu 10 Mar, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Creative HQ: Front of room / June

7 Dixon Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Creative HQ: Front of room / March

Thu 10 Mar, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Creative HQ: Front of room / March

7 Dixon Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Creative HQ: Making a great start / June

Tue 28 Jun, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Creative HQ: Making a great start / June

7 Dixon Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

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151 Commerce Drive
Wellington, OH 44090

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LCCC Wellington Center

 

 

Wellington BuildingThe LCCC Wellington Center is located on Route 58 just north of Route 18. The 10,000-square-foot facility features study/conference rooms, a 20–station computer lab and six interactive video distance-learning classrooms that offer on-site courses and connect with LCCC.

 

Student Success Stories

LCCC Wellington Center students have great stories. Read more about some of our graduates. 

 

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The ATI-TEAS test is now available at the LCCC Wellington Center by appointment.  For information, please call us at (440) 647-1776.

 

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The LCCC Wellington Center Computer Lab is free and open to the public for student and community use.

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The LCCC Wellington Center allows non-profit organizations to rent space at the center for free, based on facility hours and availability.  To plan your organization’s next meeting at the LCCC Wellington Center, please call (440) 647-1776.

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Welcome

Begun in 1846 and located in Wellington, Ohio, the Lorain County Fair is Ohio’s second largest county fair.

The goal of the Fair has always been to educate people about animals and to hold a family-oriented event representing high standards set over many years.

The fair is always held in August two weeks before Labor Day.  Come out and see why many visitors consider the Lorain County Fair the best!

Fair Week is in 266 days

  • FAIR BOARD OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 2022

    Click on “Fair Board Officers Elected for 2022” above to view our news release with the Fair Board officers for 2022 and admission pricing.  

  • ANNUAL MEETING

    The Annual Meeting of the Lorain County Agricultural Society will be held on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, at the Fair Board Office on the fairgrounds. All members of the Society are invited to attend this Annual Meeting. Our monthly Fair Board Meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. with the Annual Meeting starting at 8:00 p.m. […]

  • BOOTH SPACE UNDER GRANDSTAND – BIDS AND PROPOSALS

    Brighton United Methodist Church has been part of our fair since 1963, hosting a booth under the grandstand. Unfortunately, staffing that booth has become an issue for them and they will not be returning for the 2022 fair. We will be taking proposals and bids for this space. If you are interested in submitting a […]

Источник: https://loraincountyfair.com/

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Discover the Wellington Hotel

A busy village centre pub, the Wellington Hotel is a warm, welcoming community pub in Hale. With two function rooms and separate bar and restaurant area, there’s plenty of space for everyone at the Wellington. Our beer garden looks out onto a bowling green making it the perfect spot to relax in the summer weather. If the weather is a bit cooler, come inside and settle down in front of our real fire. Our menu is full of all your traditional pub classics, which pair perfectly with our variety of ales, wine, lagers, spirits and soft drinks. Come and join us for one of our many karaoke and bingo nights that take place throughout the year; a laugh for everyone involved. We look forward to welcoming you to the Wellington Hotel soon.

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Conveniently located just inland from scenic West Palm Beach, Florida, Wellington has a small-town feel, with lots of nearby attractions for those with a wide range of interests.

The state of Florida is a mecca for golfers, and the Wellington and Palm Beach areas are full of courses with a wide range of greens fees – from budget to VIP.

The area is also known for its many nature preserves and wildlife rehabilitation centers. Within 20 minutes, there are more than a few world-class museums and art galleries too.

Below are 15 of the best things to do in Wellington.

1. Panther Ridge Conservation Center

Panther Ridge Conservation Center

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Located at 14755 Palm Beach Point Boulevard in Wellington, the Panther Ridge Conservation Center is home to some amazing big cats that were once injured and have been rescued from the wild.

Tours are available; although they’re not cheap, the money goes to feed and care for the animals, so it’s a great cause.

On the tour, you’ll learn about the panthers that still prowl the Florida Everglades, and how their numbers have sadly dwindled over the last century.

For safety reasons, you won’t be able to touch the majestic animals, but you’ll get close enough to appreciate their power and beauty.

2. South Florida Fairgrounds

South Florida Fair

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South Florida Fairgrounds is located on Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach and hosts one of the area’s most popular fairs.

It’s been going strong since 1912 and takes place in January and February every year when Florida’s weather is just perfect.

The fair is full of games, shopping, activities for kids, and lots of fantastic food.

Weekends are more expensive and crowded than weekdays, so if you’d rather avoid the chaotic crowds, plan on going during the week or early in the morning when the fair opens.

There are also a lot of carnival-style rides that are surprisingly exhilarating.

3. Village Park

No matter where you are, municipal parks are great places to spend a few hours relaxing, reading a book, or communing with nature.

Located on Pierson Road in Wellington, Village Park is full of indoor and outdoor activities that’ll keep you and your travel partners engaged, including basketball and volleyball courts, two roller-hockey rinks, baseball and soccer fields, and a playground for the little ones.

Many of the park’s facilities are free, like the playgrounds and outdoor pavilions, which are great for picnics and birthday parties.

The sports facilities are available to rent, so check out their website before you go.

4. Take a Painting Lesson

Art Cellar Wellington

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For aspiring artists in need of little professional guidance, inspiration, and motivation, taking an art lesson at the Art Cellar would be a great way to get all three.

The Art Cellar is located on Forest Hills Boulevard in Wellington and is staffed by artsy and enthusiastic teachers who will demystify the process of creating a great painting.

Different courses with varying themes are available throughout the week. In addition to all the training and supplies you’ll need, the class also includes wine.

Classes generally last from 6:30 to 9:30 PM, though the times vary slightly from class to class.

5. Copperpoint Brewing Company

Copperpoint Brewing Company

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Microbreweries are sprouting up everywhere, and Wellington and West Palm Beach are no exception.

Copperpoint Brewing Company is located on Commerce Road in nearby Boynton Beach. It is one of the local favorites for tasty microbrews, good food, and a friendly atmosphere.

Offerings include a vast array of beers with different flavor profiles and alcohol content, so with a little testing, nearly everyone will find a refreshing brew that they love.

There’s a special tasting room, and the brew-master may give an impromptu tour of the production room as well.

It’s a great place to watch sporting events and escape the brutal Florida sun.

6. Wellington Aquatics Complex

Wellington Aquatics Complex

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The Wellington Aquatics Complex is a municipal center that’s open to the public and includes amenities for every age and ability.

It features an Olympic size pool, concession stands, showers and even lockers for the safekeeping of your valuables while you’re enjoying the facilities.

For the little ones, there’s a water park and splash pad. If you’d rather swim laps quietly away from the children, there are designated areas for that as well.

The complex also offers swimming lessons and CPR and lifeguard certification courses, so check their website to see when they’re available and how much they cost.

7. Peaceful Waters Sanctuary

Peaceful Waters Sanctuary, Wellington

Source: John Schneyer / Facebook

Peaceful Waters Sanctuary on Pierson Road in Wellington is comprised of more than 30 acres of wetlands that have been set aside to promote their natural beauty and ensure they remain undeveloped.

The park is full of local plants and animals and features well-marked trails and informative signs.

There’s also an elevated boardwalk that leads guests around the different wetland ponds. The sanctuary is a favorite of bird lovers and nature photographers, who come to see the egrets, cranes, and spoonbills that call its beautiful grounds home.

8. Okeeheelee Nature Center and Trail

Okeeheelee Nature Center

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Featuring a two-mile loop trail full of birds and wildflowers, Okeeheelee Nature Center is conveniently located between Wellington and West Palm beach and usually isn’t very crowded.

The trail is easy enough for nearly everyone, but due to Florida’s oppressive summer heat and humidity, is best used from September to May.

The center includes a variety of ponds and wetlands; with a little luck, you may see tortoises, deer, and a fantastic array of indigenous birds.

The center’s trails can get wet and muddy, so wear appropriate shoes. Be sure to bring your camera and binoculars if you have them.

9. Green Motion Segway Tours

Green Motion Segway Tours

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Segways are fun and unique ways to scoot around and see lots of sights without expending a lot of energy.

Located at 3491 Flying Cow Ranch Road in Wellington, Green Motion Segway Tours offer tours of many of the area’s most popular attractions.

A few favorite trips visit the Wellington Environmental Preserve and Douglas Everglades Habitat, both of which are full of near-pristine forests, plants, and animals.

The latter includes nearly 400 acres of preserved land boasting nature trails and a learning center. Tour groups are limited to six, and you’ll receive all the training you need before heading out.

10. Play a few rounds of golf

Golfing

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In the winter time, when much of America is firmly in the clutches of winter’s icy grip, Florida enjoys a climate that makes many people jealous.

It’s a big area for the so-called snowbirds that flock here to play golf; the Palm Beach and Wellington areas are the hotspots.

There are dozens of courses within a half hour of Wellington, ranging from inexpensive municipal courses to uber-expensive courses generally reserved for the rich and snooty.

Madison Green Golf Course on Crestwood Boulevard and Okeeheelee Golf Course on Forest Hill Boulevard are two of the local favorites. They’re reasonably priced, offer lots of natural scenery, and have restaurants and bars onsite.

11. Wellington Conservation Center

Wellington Conservation Center

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Dedicated to rehabilitating animals that have been injured or abandoned, the Wellington Conservation Center strives to return many of the animals it assists back to the wild.

Some of the center’s more dangerous and popular inhabitants are bears and big cats from different areas of the country.

The center is home to lots of birds as well; one of its focuses is on exotic South American animals that have become rare or endangered due to deforestation and poaching.

Tours of the facility are available, and donations are always encouraged and gladly accepted to help the center continue its essential work.

12. Tiger Shark Cove Community Park

Tiger Shark Cove Community Park

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Based on its name, you might expect this local attraction to be a shark sanctuary, but it’s really just an all-around fun park and playground that’s conveniently located on Greenbriar Boulevard in Wellington.

The park features a huge play area with an amazing array of castle-like structures full of ladders, slides, and obstacles.

The outdoor park is free, and there are covered seating areas perfect for picnics, birthday parties, or an afternoon of reading and relaxation.

It’s an excellent place for those on a tight budget or for those with little ones with short attention spans in dire need of exercise and outdoor time.

13. Hot Shots Paintball

Hot Shots Paintball Grounds, Loxahatchee

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Paintball’s popularity has skyrocketed in recent years, and new paintball facilities are popping up all over the place.

Conveniently located just inland from West Palm Beach at 16169 Southern Boulevard, in nearby Loxahatchee, Hot Shots Paintball is a Florida favorite and has nine different fields to choose from.

Regardless of the age and experience of participants, the staff at Hot Shots will make sure players are put with a similar group.

The facility is open every day, with hours extending to midnight and 10:00 PM on Friday and Saturday respectively.

Rental equipment and training are available, so everyone can have a fun and safe experience.

14. Palm Beach Skate Zone

Palm Beach Skate Zone

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Rumor has it that Palm Beach Skate Zone is the only facility in South Florida sporting three ice skating rinks.

It’s conveniently located just minutes off the Florida Turnpike on Lake Worth Road and includes nearly 80,000 amenity-packed square feet.

There are two restaurants onsite, a video arcade, locker rooms, and a pro-shop and store where you can pick up last minute items like mittens or shoelaces.

It’s a great place to hold birthday parties, team-building exercises and even bachelor and bachelorette parties with a wholesome twist.

Skating and hockey lessons are available. Check out their website for hours of operation and prices.

15. Norton Museum of Art

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach

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Norton Museum of Art  in West Palm Beach was founded in 1941 by a local couple who wanted to preserve and promote contemporary art in a world-class setting.

The museum’s exhibits include an eclectic variety of themes and forms, including photography, painting, sculpture, and multi-media.

There are several international influences as well, mainly European and Chinese.

The museum is currently undergoing a massive renovation and is scheduled to reopen on February 9th, 2019.

In addition to its permanent exhibits, the museum hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year, so check online to see what’ll be there when you’re in town.

Categories Florida (FL)Tags Wellington

15 Best Things to Do in Wellington (Florida):

  • Panther Ridge Conservation Center
  • South Florida Fairgrounds
  • Village Park
  • Take a Painting Lesson
  • Copperpoint Brewing Company
  • Wellington Aquatics Complex
  • Peaceful Waters Sanctuary
  • Okeeheelee Nature Center and Trail
  • Green Motion Segway Tours
  • Play a few rounds of golf
  • Wellington Conservation Center
  • Tiger Shark Cove Community Park
  • Hot Shots Paintball
  • Palm Beach Skate Zone
  • Norton Museum of Art
Источник: https://www.thecrazytourist.com/15-best-things-to-do-in-wellington-florida/

Food and drink

A range of food is available across our campuses.

Kelburn campus

Cafés and food outlets

  • The Hunter Lounge, Student Union Building—vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are available, and halal food can be prepared upon request. This is not strict halal, contact the Hunter Lounge for details.
  • Vic Books, Easterfield Building—vegetarian and vegan options available.
  • Wishbone, Alan MacDiarmid Building—vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free options available.
  • Koha Coffee, Ramsey House, 8 Kelburn Parade.
  • Louis’ Kiosk, Level 1, outside Kelburn Library—vegetarian options available.
  • Milk and Honey, Level 1, Rankine Brown Building—for staff and postgraduate students, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options available.
  • Maki Mono, Level 2, Easterfield Building—sushi and other Japanese cuisine.
  • The Lab, ground floor, Easterfield Building—salads, noodles and juices, vegetarian options available.
  • Krishna Food, Kirk Building, next to the overbridge and LT301. Open 10 am–5 pm Monday–Friday, all year round. $6 lunches available (Eftpos available). All meals are vegan.
  • Nam D—Vietnamese Street Food, the Hub—vegetarian options available.
  • Subway, ground floor, Easterfield Building, adjacent to the main Kelburn Parade entrance—sandwiches, salads, wraps and drinks. Vegetarian options available.

If you are unsure whether vegetarian or halal food is offered at a particular outlet, just ask.

Vending machines providing drinks and snacks are located around campus. There are also some zips and microwaves for heating your own food.

Pipitea campus

  • Vic Books café is on the ground floor of Rutherford House and has vegetarian and vegan options available.
  • Krishna Food—Law school common room. Open 11 am–2.30 pm Monday–Friday, all year round. $6 lunches available (Eftpos available). All meals are vegan.

There is a New World Metro supermarket at the Railway Station. The Pipitea campus is also close to the cafés and amenities of Lambton Quay and the CBD.

Te Aro campus

Te Aro campus is close to Cuba Street, one of the main café areas in Wellington, and there are also supermarkets, and convenience stores nearby.

Источник: https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/students/campus/food

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Conveniently located just inland from scenic West Palm Beach, Florida, Wellington has a small-town feel, with lots of nearby attractions for those with a wide range of interests.

The state of Florida is a mecca for golfers, and the Wellington and Palm Beach areas are full of courses with a wide range of greens fees – from budget to VIP.

The area is also known for its many nature preserves and wildlife rehabilitation centers. Within 20 minutes, there are more than a few world-class museums and art galleries too.

Below are 15 of the best things to do in Wellington.

1. Panther Ridge Conservation Center

Panther Ridge Conservation Center

Source: facebook.com

Located at 14755 Palm Beach Point Boulevard in Wellington, the Panther Ridge Conservation Center is home to some amazing big cats that were once injured and have been rescued from the wild.

Tours are available; although they’re not cheap, the money goes to feed and care for the animals, so it’s a great cause.

On the tour, you’ll learn about the panthers that still prowl the Florida Everglades, and how their numbers have sadly dwindled over the last century.

For safety reasons, you won’t be able to touch the majestic animals, but you’ll get close enough to appreciate their power and beauty.

2. South Florida Fairgrounds

South Florida Fair

Source: facebook.com

South Florida Fairgrounds is located on Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach and hosts one of the area’s most popular fairs.

It’s been going strong since 1912 and takes place in January and February every year when Florida’s weather is just perfect.

The fair is full of games, shopping, activities for kids, and lots of fantastic food.

Weekends are more expensive and crowded than weekdays, so if you’d rather avoid the chaotic crowds, plan on going during the week or early in the morning when the fair opens.

There are also a lot of carnival-style rides that are surprisingly exhilarating.

3. Village Park

No matter where you are, municipal parks are great places to spend a few hours relaxing, reading a book, or communing with nature.

Located on Pierson Road in Wellington, Village Park is full of indoor and outdoor activities that’ll keep you and your travel partners engaged, including basketball and volleyball courts, two roller-hockey rinks, baseball and soccer fields, and a playground for the little ones.

Many of the park’s facilities are free, like the playgrounds and outdoor pavilions, which are great for picnics and birthday parties.

The sports facilities are available to rent, so check out their website before you go.

4. Take a Painting Lesson

Art Cellar Wellington

Source: facebook.com

For aspiring artists in need of little professional guidance, inspiration, and motivation, taking an art lesson at the Art Cellar would be a great way to get all three.

The Art Cellar is located on Forest Hills Boulevard in Wellington and is staffed by artsy and enthusiastic teachers who will demystify the process of creating a great painting.

Different courses with varying themes are available throughout the week. In addition to all the training and supplies you’ll need, the class also includes wine.

Classes generally last from 6:30 to 9:30 PM, though the times vary slightly from class to class.

5. Copperpoint Brewing Company

Copperpoint Brewing Company

Source: facebook.com

Microbreweries are sprouting up everywhere, and Wellington and West Palm Beach are no exception.

Copperpoint Brewing Company is located on Commerce Road in nearby Boynton Beach. It is one of the local favorites for tasty microbrews, good food, and a friendly atmosphere.

Offerings include a vast array of beers with different flavor profiles and alcohol content, so with a little testing, nearly everyone will find a refreshing brew that they love.

There’s a special tasting room, and the brew-master may give an impromptu tour of the production room as well.

It’s a great place to watch sporting events and escape the brutal High interest online savings account comparison sun.

6. Wellington Aquatics Complex

Wellington Aquatics Complex

Source: facebook.com

The Wellington Aquatics Complex is a municipal center that’s open to the public and includes amenities for every age and ability.

It features an Olympic size pool, concession stands, showers and even lockers for the safekeeping of your valuables while you’re enjoying the facilities.

For the little ones, there’s a water park and splash pad. If you’d rather swim laps quietly away from the children, there are designated areas for that as well.

The complex also offers swimming lessons and CPR and lifeguard certification courses, so check their website to see when they’re available and how much they cost.

7. Peaceful Waters Sanctuary

Peaceful Waters Sanctuary, Wellington

Source: John Schneyer / Facebook

Peaceful Waters Sanctuary on Pierson Road in Wellington is comprised of more than 30 acres of wetlands that have been set aside to promote their natural beauty and ensure they remain undeveloped.

The park is full of local plants and animals and features well-marked trails and informative signs.

There’s also an elevated boardwalk that leads guests around the different wetland ponds. The sanctuary is a favorite of bird lovers and nature photographers, who come to see the egrets, cranes, and spoonbills that call its beautiful grounds home.

8. Okeeheelee Nature Center and Trail

Okeeheelee Nature Center

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Featuring a two-mile loop trail full of birds and wildflowers, Okeeheelee Nature Center is conveniently located between Wellington and West Palm beach and usually isn’t very crowded.

The trail is easy enough for nearly everyone, but due to Florida’s oppressive summer heat and humidity, is best used from September to May.

The center includes a variety of ponds and wetlands; with a little luck, you may see tortoises, deer, and a fantastic array of indigenous birds.

The center’s trails can get wet and muddy, so wear appropriate shoes. Be sure to bring your camera and binoculars if you have them.

9. Green Motion Segway Tours

Green Motion Segway Tours

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Segways are fun and unique ways to scoot around and see lots of sights without expending a lot of energy.

Located at 3491 Flying Cow Ranch Road in Wellington, Green Motion Segway Tours offer tours of many of the area’s most popular attractions.

A few favorite trips visit the Wellington Environmental Preserve and Douglas Everglades Habitat, both of which are full of near-pristine forests, plants, and animals.

The latter includes nearly 400 acres of preserved land boasting nature trails and a learning center. Tour groups are limited to six, and you’ll receive all the training you need before heading out.

10. Play a few rounds of golf

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In the winter time, when much of America is firmly in the clutches of winter’s icy grip, Florida enjoys a climate that makes many people jealous.

It’s a big area for the so-called snowbirds that flock here to play golf; the Palm Beach and Wellington areas are the hotspots.

There are dozens of courses within a half hour of Wellington, ranging from inexpensive municipal courses to uber-expensive courses generally reserved for the rich and snooty.

Madison Green Golf Course on Crestwood Boulevard and Okeeheelee Golf Course on Forest Hill Boulevard are two of the local favorites. They’re reasonably priced, offer lots of natural scenery, and have restaurants and bars onsite.

11. Wellington Conservation Center

Wellington Conservation Center

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Dedicated to rehabilitating animals that have been injured or abandoned, the Wellington Conservation Center strives to return many of the animals it assists back to the wild.

Some of the center’s more dangerous and popular inhabitants are bears and big cats from different areas of the country.

The center is home to lots of birds as well; one of its focuses is on exotic South American whats open in wellington today that have become rare or endangered due to deforestation and poaching.

Tours of the facility are available, and donations are always encouraged and gladly accepted to help the center continue its essential work.

12. Tiger Shark Cove Community Park

Tiger Shark Cove Community Park

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Based on its name, you might expect this local attraction to be a shark sanctuary, but it’s really just an all-around fun park and playground that’s conveniently located on Greenbriar Boulevard in Wellington.

The park features a huge play area with an amazing array of castle-like structures full of ladders, slides, and obstacles.

The outdoor park is free, and there are covered seating areas perfect for picnics, birthday parties, or an afternoon of reading and relaxation.

It’s an excellent place for those on a tight budget or for those with little ones with short attention spans in dire need of exercise and outdoor time.

13. Hot Shots Paintball

Hot Shots Paintball Grounds, Loxahatchee

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Paintball’s popularity has skyrocketed in recent years, and new paintball facilities are popping up all over the place.

Conveniently located just inland from West Palm Beach at 16169 Southern Boulevard, in nearby Loxahatchee, Hot Shots Paintball is a Florida favorite and has nine different fields to choose from.

Regardless of the age and experience of participants, the staff at Hot Shots will make sure players are put with a similar group.

The facility is open every day, with hours extending to midnight and 10:00 PM on Friday and Saturday respectively.

Rental equipment and training are available, so everyone can have a fun and safe experience.

14. Palm Beach Skate Zone

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Rumor has it that Palm Beach Skate Zone is the only facility in South Florida sporting three ice skating rinks.

It’s conveniently located just minutes off the Florida Turnpike on Lake Worth Road and includes nearly 80,000 amenity-packed square feet.

There are two restaurants onsite, a video arcade, locker rooms, and a pro-shop and store where you can pick up last minute items like mittens or shoelaces.

It’s a great place to hold birthday parties, team-building exercises and even bachelor and bachelorette parties with a wholesome twist.

Skating and hockey lessons are available. Check out their website for hours of operation and prices.

15. Norton Museum of Art

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach

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Norton Museum of Art  in West Palm Beach was founded in 1941 by a local couple who wanted to preserve and promote contemporary art in a world-class setting.

The museum’s exhibits include an eclectic variety of themes and forms, including photography, painting, sculpture, and multi-media.

There are several international influences as well, mainly European and Chinese.

The museum is currently undergoing a massive renovation and is scheduled to reopen on February 9th, 2019.

In addition to its permanent exhibits, the museum hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year, so check online to see what’ll be there when you’re in town.

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15 Best Things to Do in Wellington (Florida):

  • Panther Ridge Conservation Center
  • South Florida Fairgrounds
  • Village Park
  • Take a Painting Lesson
  • Copperpoint Brewing Company
  • Wellington Aquatics Complex
  • Peaceful Waters Sanctuary
  • Okeeheelee Nature Center and Trail
  • Green Motion Segway Tours
  • Play a few rounds of golf
  • Wellington Conservation Center
  • Tiger Shark Cove Community Park
  • Hot Shots Paintball
  • Palm Beach Skate Zone
  • Norton Museum of Art
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Best Restaurants & Bars in Wellington Florida

Best Restaurants & Bars in Wellington Florida

Wellington Florida is a little Village but has some of the best restaurants and bars in all of Palm Beach County. If you are looking for authentic cuisine or just want to grab a drink here are the top 10 restaurants and bars in Wellington that you’ll want to check out. In our “best of” list, we’ve also included the top 10 best restaurants for those that are looking for a quick bite.

First, let’s start with the top 10 best restaurants and bars in Wellington Florida that people rave about and love. Whether it’s the food, atmosphere, service, or all of the above these restaurants are highly rated. From Asian bistros to Italian cuisine there is something for everyone.

Top 10 Wellington Restaurants and Bars

Aglioli Italian Bistro & Bar

12793 Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-798-7770
Italian Cuisine

Devine Bistro

2465 SR7 (441) #300, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-204-5432
American Bistro

Kaluz Restaurant

202 Wellington Green Drive, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-784-5500
American Cuisine

Kabuki Sushi Thai Tapas

2465 SR7 (441) #100, Wellington, FL 33414
Phone: 561-323-4888
Japanese Restaurant

Lemongrass Asian Bistro

10312 Forest Hill Boulevard #204, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-459-1598
Asian Bistro

Oli’s Fashion Cuisine

10610 Forst Hill Boulevard #20, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-792-2220
American Cuisine

Piatto Bravo

2803 SR7 (441) #300, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-841-6983
Italian Cuisine

Raja Restaurant & Bar

12974 Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-318-5383
Indian Food

Stonewood Grill & Tavern

10120 Forest Hill Boulevard #110, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-784-9796
American Cuisine

Submarine Crab

10140 Forest Hill Boulevard #170, Wellington, Florida 33414
Phone: 561-355-0533
Seafood

Top 10 Wellington Quick Bite Restaurants

Looking for a quick bite? If so you’ll want to try out one of these quick bite restaurants that made the top 10 list! On this list, you’ll find some of the best pizza in South Florida long with burgers, chicken, poke, and more. In addition to being some of the best quick bite restaurants in Wellington, they are affordable too!

Basilico’s Italian Restaurant

9140 Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, FL 33411
Phone: 561-333-4949
Pizza

Big Rocco’s Pizza Express

11858 Forest Hill Blvd, Wellington, FL 33414
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Phone: 561-612-7853
Burgers

C.R. Chicks

12020 South Shore Boulevard #500, Wellington, FL 33414
Phone: 561-296-8855
Chicken

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15 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Wellington

Written by Jess Lee
Dec 23, 2019

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Good things certainly do come in small packages. Take Wellington, New Zealand, for example. Wellington may be little, but this diminutive capital city is big on funky café culture and beautiful views. Snuggled between steep, forest-clad hills and a wide sweep of bay looking out to Cook Strait, Wellington spreads out across the slopes, and a sturdy pair of walking shoes benefits visitors who want to explore outside of the central business district.

Luckily, the main tourism highlight–the magnificent Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa)–is located near the waterfront, and the quaint Wellington Cable Car provides a scenic and extremely fun alternative to puffing up the hill to the Kelburn Lookout.

Due to the city's position, capturing the blustery conditions right on Cook Strait, it has gained the nickname of "windy Wellington." But don't let that put you off. On a blue-sky summer's day there really is no prettier city in New Zealand. To learn more about this exciting travel destination, be sure to read our list of the top-rated tourist attractions in Wellington.

See also: Where to Stay in Wellington

Note: Some businesses may be temporarily closed due to recent global health and safety issues.

1. Wellington Cable Car and the Kelburn Lookout

Wellington Cable Car

Wellington's historic cable car has been climbing up the hill to the Kelburn Lookout, next door to the Botanic Gardens, since 1912. This fun five-minute journey is a scenic (and much more relaxed) alternative to puffing your way up Wellington's steep hill from Lambton Quay in the waterfront central district. There are excellent views across the city along the way, and keen photographers will definitely want to get snap-happy with the cityscape panoramas laid out before them once at Kelburn Lookout.

The Kelburn cable car terminal is also home to the interesting Cable Car Museum, which displays the original cable car used on the tracks. A cable car ride is also one of the top things to do at night in Wellington. Not only do you get the chance to admire the nighttime views over the city below you, but parts of the journey, including the tunnels, are lit up with colorful displays of illuminations. There's also a good café located at the top of the cable attraction.

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Official site: www.wellingtoncablecar.co.nz/English/Home.html

2. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa)

New Zealand's national museum is an immersive journey into the natural forces that formed the country, the culture of the Maori ok google is today a federal holiday who first settled here, and the social history of both Maori and Europeans who have shaped the nation since then.

The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (more commonly called "Te Papa" by locals) has a wealth of exhibits to explore, from the Earthquake House that simulates the experience of being in an earthquake, to the much more sedate Arts Te Papa collection, with 11 galleries of artworks focused on New Zealand and Pacific Island artists.

The highlight of the museum though is the Mana Whenua exhibition, which traces the history of New Zealand's Maori with a fine collection of Maori art and treasures and state-of-the-art multimedia displays. Cafés and a shop are also located on the premises and are especially handy if you're planning a long visit or are attending an educational seminar or lecture.

Address: 55 Cable Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Official site: www.tepapa.govt.nz/pages/home.aspx

3. Wellington Museum

Wellington Museum

Rated one of the top free things to do in Wellington, state-of-the-art multimedia displays help bring the city's history to life in the small but impressive Wellington Museum. Housed in a preserved historic building that was once one of the city's early department stores, the museum features informative exhibits and film presentations that trace Wellington's maritime history and the city's evolution.

In particular, the exhibits on the 1968 Wahine disaster–the sinking of the Wahine ferry near Wellington harbor during a storm claimed 51 lives and is Wire transfer to commonwealth bank of australia Zealand's worst maritime disaster–are a sobering and thoughtful reminder of the power of nature and Wellington's connection to the sea. There is also a very well presented gallery focused on Maori myths and legends.

Also worth a visit is the nearby Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, home to the country's national monument to those who have fallen during conflict. Of special interest is the War Memorial Carillon, a series of 74 bells that are regularly played in concerts and are well worth witnessing if you're visiting the city at the time.

Location: 3 Jervois Quay, Wellington

Official site: www.museumswellington.org.nz/wellington-museum/

4. The Beehive

The Beehive

Wellington's most iconic building is The Beehive, site of New Zealand's parliament. Designed by British architect Sir Basil Spence and built between 1964 and 1979, the building with its distinctive shape is the city's most love-it-or-hate-it piece of architecture.

Next door is the more classical looking building of Parliament House, built in 1907 in Neoclassical Edwardian style and home to The Chamber where parliamentary debates are whats open in wellington today.

Free one-hour tours of the parliament buildings are held daily between 10 am and 4pm and trace New Zealand's parliamentary history, as well as touring through the important government rooms. They leave from the visitor center on the ground floor of Whats open in wellington today Beehive.

The parliament gardens around the buildings are open to the public and contain rose gardens and a statue of Richard John Seddon who was prime minister of New Zealand between 1893 and 1906.

Address: Molesworth Street, Wellington

Official site: www.parliament.nz

5. Wellington Botanic Garden

Wellington Botanic Garden

Created in 1868, Wellington Botanic Garden is a lush 25-hectare oasis that sprawls for 25 hectares on the city hillside, full of blooming flower displays and native fauna. A series of walking tracks meander through the gardens, from conifer forest areas to ferneries and seasonal flower beds. The Lady Norwood Rose Gardens here are one of the botanic gardens' finest attractions, with 110 rose beds boasting a flurry of different varieties.

The Space Place at Carter Observatory, with its planetarium show, is sited in the eastern section of the gardens (near the Wellington Cable Car Kelburn Terminal), and the gardens are also home to Begonia House with tropical flower species displays.

If possible, try to time your visit to coincide with one of the frequent summer concerts hosted here. For a fun day out, take the Wellington Cable Car, then walk back down to the city center after exploring the gardens.

And if there's time left in your day for a little more botanic garden-going, pay a visit to the interesting Otari Native Botanic Garden and Wilton's Bush Reserve, located in nearby Wilton, popular for its indigenous plant life.

Address: 101 Glenmore Street, Wellington

Official site: https://wellingtongardens.nz/our-gardens/wellington-botanic-garden/

6. ZEALANDIA Ecosanctuary

ZEALANDIA Ecosanctuary

Dedicated to exhibiting New Zealand's conservation efforts and its unique nature and wildlife, ZEALANDIA Ecosanctuary is a 225-hectare urban eco-sanctuary only two kilometers from the whats open in wellington today center. Here, many of the country's native birds–including endangered species such as the stitchbird, saddleback, and takahe–can be heard and seen, as well as more than 100 kiwi (which can be spotted on guided night tours) and New Zealand's famed reptile, the tuatara.

There are 32 kilometers enterprise bank and trust clayton mo walking trails throughout the reserve for visitors to explore, plus a museum that documents the natural history of the country. Day time and twilight tours are also available, along with a fun electric boat ride.

Address: 53 Waiapu Road, Wellington

Official site: www.visitzealandia.com

7. Weta Cave Workshop Tour

Weta Cave Workshop

Fans of the classic Lord of the Ringsand The Hobbitmovies won't want to miss out on Wellington's connection to Peter Jackson's successful trilogies. Wellington is home to the director's famous Weta Workshop, where many of the props and special effects for these blockbuster movies were made.

The best way to experience this movie attraction is aboard a Weta Cave Workshop Tour. These professionally-led tours provide a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at how these movies were made, along with other hits, including Avatar and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

You'll also see up close some of the models used to portray various characters and film sets. Included with the tour is round-trip transportation from downtown Wellington, a tour guide, a chance to chat with workshop staff, and an introductory documentary. A great souvenir shop is located on-site.

8. Katherine Mansfield House & Garden

This small wooden house in the Wellington suburb of Thorndon was the childhood home of New Zealand's most famous author. Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923) was a short story writer whose modernist prose has been highly influential both in her home country and overseas. Most of the writing she became famous for was completed in London, where she moved as an adult and was friends with D.H. Lawrence and Virginia Woolf.

The house where she was born and grew up has been restored to its original condition and is now a museum housing many of Mansfield's personal belongings, as well as typical furniture and fixtures of the late 19th century. Guided tours are available, and a gift shop is located on-site.

Address: 25 Tinakori Road, Wellington

Official site: www.katherinemansfield.com

9. City Gallery Wellington

City Gallery Wellington

Housed in the historic building of the old city library, City Gallery Wellington opened in 1980 and is one of the leading contemporary art spaces in New Zealand. This bright, spacious gallery features a changing program of temporary exhibitions throughout the year, displaying artworks by both renowned and up-and-coming local, Pacific Island, and international artists. Devoted to modern visual arts, exhibitions range from painting to photography to sculpture, multimedia work, and art installations.

The gallery is also one of Wellington's main cultural hubs with a series of talks, meet-the-artist events, tours, workshops, and live performances taking alaska real estate for sale throughout the year. A café is located on-site.

Also of interest to art-goers, the New Zealand Portrait Gallery displays important paintings by New Zealanders, including artworks featuring its citizens; of particular interest is a specially commissioned portrait of the Queen.

Location: Te Ngakau Civic Square, Wellington

Official site: http://citygallery.org.nz/

10. Nairn Street Cottage & The Colonial Cottage Museum

Wellington's oldest surviving original home, the Nairn Street Cottage, was built by William Wallis in the 1850s as a home for his family. It has been painstakingly preserved with many of the family's original 19th-century furniture and fixtures in place to recreate the ambience of life in New Zealand's pioneering era, while outside is an organic heritage garden.

Entry to the house is via a guided tour (four times daily) that allows visitors a taste of colonial Wellington and details the history of the Wallis family who lived here for three generations. The garden area is open to tourists throughout the day.

Address: 68 Nairn Street, Wellington

Official site: www.museumswellington.org.nz/nairn-street-cottage/

11. Princess Bay

Princess Bay

Nine kilometers south of central Wellington, in the Houghton Bay district, is the sandy cove of Princess Bay. This sheltered sweep of sand with plenty of rock pools is a favorite swimming and picnicking spot for locals during weekends in the summer months.

On a clear day, the beach affords excellent views that can stretch across to the South Island. A short coastal track above the beach runs to a lookout point with even better views and is popular strolling territory in the late afternoon.

Address: The Esplanade, Houghton Bay, Wellington

12. Matiu Island

Matiu Island

For nature lovers looking for a secluded getaway close to the city, Matiu Island (also known as Somes Island) in Wellington Harbour offers up a heady dose of wild New Zealand landscapes. During the pre-European era, Matiu Island–the largest of three northern islands in Wellington harbor–was occupied by Maori.

During the modern era, it was used as a quarantine station, internment camp, and military installation until being turned over to New Zealand's Department of Conservation as a nature reserve.

For both day-trippers and overnighters, the island has a series of short hiking trails up to its highest point, with World War II gun emplacements, and around the its perimeter, all with excellent views across to the mainland. Regular daily ferries depart from Queens Wharf to the island, and a campsite guaranty rv sales junction city or overnighters.

13. Wellington Zoo

Wellington Zoo

Wellington Zoo is the oldest zoo in New Zealand. Established in 1906, it's well known for its conservation efforts. If you have little ones in tow, this is an excellent place to see some of New Zealand's wildlife up close, especially shy animals such as the kiwi bird (the country's national emblem) and the tuatara reptile.

There are also plenty of well-maintained enclosures for animals from across the world, including the Malayan sun bear, along with giraffes, monkeys, chimpanzees, gibbons, meerkats, and big cats. The zoo's animal hospital, known as The Nest, can be visited to see the work of the zoo's veterinarian staff.

Other fun things to do here include daily animal talks, feeding experiences, creature encounters, exploring the adventure playgrounds, and even zoo sleepovers.

Address: 200 Daniell Street, Newton, Wellington

Official site: https://wellingtonzoo.com/

14. Mount Victoria

View from Mount Victoria

Immediately east of the city center is Mount Victoria. Topping out at 196 meters high, this peak offers fantastic views over the cityscape, although it can be extremely windy on top. A narrow winding road, signposted "Lookout," runs up from Oriental Bay to the Byrd Memorial below the viewing platform.

From the terrace on the summit there is a magnificent panorama of the broad city, the harbor, and Cook Strait in one direction and Kelburn Park with the university buildings in the other. The Byrd Memorial commemorates the American aviator, Richard Byrd, who in 1929 made the first flight over the South Pole from his base in New Zealand

Location: Access off Kent Terrace, Wellington

15. Wellington Waterfront

Wellington Waterfront

Wellington's waterfront area is an attractive district right in the hub of the central city. Both Queen's Wharf and Frank Kitts Park are surrounded by fine buildings, including the Civic Centre and the Museum of New Zealand. From Frank Kitts Park, there is a good view of Wellington Harbour, and the park hosts a market every Saturday. There are plenty of cafés and restaurants in this area, so it's a great place for a pit stop while strolling the central city.

Address: Jervois Quay, Wellington

Where to Stay in Wellington for Sightseeing

We recommend you consider these centrally located hotels in Wellington, located near the harbor and popular museums and attractions:

  • Luxury Hotels: The luxurious InterContinental Wellington offers 5-star accommodations in an excellent location overlooking the harbor. It boasts pillow menus, wonderful concierge staff, and valet parking. A good dose of luxury can also be enjoyed at the Bolton Hotel, which offers a number of larger suites with separate bedrooms, living areas, and kitchenettes, as well as an indoor pool and valet parking. Also check out availability at QT Wellington, a fun boutique-style location offering classy rooms and suites, a posh restaurant, plus a gym.
  • Mid-Range Hotels: The U Residence Hotel offers boutique-style contemporary apartment whats open in wellington today with amazon baby registry private, friendly hosts, a genuine home-away-from-home feel, plus comfortable beds. The Copthorne Hotel Wellington Oriental Bay is another good choice and comes with water views, an indoor pool, and 24-hour room service. Also the witcher books amazon considering is Novotel Wellington, located in the heart of the business district and featuring bright modern rooms, harbor views, and a fitness center.
  • Budget Hotels: The Cambridge Hotel is a good quality budget hotel set in an 1883 building with dorm rooms, shared bathrooms, and a communal kitchen. The brilliantly named Dwellington is a great choice for those on a budget, and features hostel-style rooms spread over two historic old homes, plus a great free continental breakfast. The budget accommodations at The Marion Hostel are also worth looking into. It features dorm-style rooms with reading lights, privacy screens, and linens.

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Open MRI vs Closed MRI: What is the Difference and Which One is Best Suited for You?

So you’re having a medical problem and your doctor has ordered an MRI. Your immediate reaction is one of reluctance and anxiety. MRI’s are often necessary, but they are not fun. So what are your options? The good news is that having an MRI today doesn’t have to be that bad. In addition to traditional closed machines, there are now larger “wide bore” machines and even open MRI’s. Depending on your unique situation, there may be alternatives.

From their creation, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines have made a large impact on the way we diagnose certain diseases and study internal organs. Through the use of MRIs we are able to more accurately diagnose and study diseases of the brain such as dementia, as well as cancer, ENT conditions, spinal and musculoskeletal problems, and other harder to diagnose diseases in their earliest stages. The closed MRI scanner is the most accurate MRI there is.  Patient lie in a very narrow space in a “tube-like” structure for the test. However, many patients have reported feelings of extreme claustrophobia while using the traditional closed MRIs. In some cases the patient’s size may make it impossible to have a traditional closed scan. In these cases, a wide bore MRI or an open MRI may be an option.

Closed MRI

Closed MRI’s have been around the longest and make use of a capsule-like space whats open in wellington today take high quality images. Whats open in wellington today machine is actually a magnet the patient lies in, and a radio wave is used to send signals to the body and receive them back. The returning signals are converted into images by a computer attached to the scanner.  MRI scanners come in different magnet field strengths measured in teslas or “T”, usually between 0.5T and 3.0T. The results of these images are very detailed, allowing doctors to make an accurate diagnosis and craft a specific treatment plan for your condition. Because of the shape of the scan, it is able to take images of areas not available with any other scans, meaning that in some cases closed MRIs are absolutely necessary.

The drawbacks of the closed MRI lies specifically in the lack of comfort they afford the patient. The dimensions and shape of the scans are very small and encapsulated causing claustrophobia. The fact that it takes several minutes to take a full scan increases the risk of claustrophobia and panic attacks can develop in some cases. Movement inside the capsule ruins the images, so it is also crucial that the patient stay extremely 1st person shooter movie or risk having to repeat the scan. In addition, the narrow dimensions mean that large or obese patients are unable to fit in many traditional closed machines.

The problems patients have had with the closed scans has led engineers and scientists to develop wide-bore MRIs. Although still closed in the traditional sense, these MRI machines have larger internal dimensions decreasing the likelihood of panic attacks and claustrophobia inside the machines and allowing for larger patients to fit.

Open MRI

Open MRIs are just like they sound. They are open, while still using Magnets to take images of the inside of your body.  Instead of an enclosed capsule, the open MRI uses a magnet top and bottom and is open on all four sides. These whats open in wellington today the risk of claustrophobia and panic attacks exponentially and allows patients of all shapes and sizes to be able to make use of an MRI to accurately diagnose their problems. In some cases, it is the only alternative for patients. However, because of the shape of the open MRI, it is unable whats open in wellington today take images of certain areas of the body and the images it does take are of lesser quality as the strength of the open machines is less than that of a closed or wide bore MRI. For this reason, an open MRI is not always an option. Certain scans must be taken with a closed machine.

If you have concerns, your best bet is to talk to your doctor about the alternatives. Do research to determine the types of machines used before making your appointment.  If going for an open MRI machine, check the strength of the machines available at the facility where you will have your test.

There are also things you can do to help with anxiety when going for a test:

  1. Ask your doctor for a sedative or anti-anxiety medicine to take during the test. This can help tremendously with claustrophobia and fear.
  2. Wear clothes that are comfortable
  3. Ask for earplugs (the machines are noisy)
  4. Try relaxation techniques while in the machine. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth slowly, counting to ten each time. Wait several minutes and repeat.
  5. Have a el paso food bank address or relative accompany you for support. If you have taken a sedative, you will need someone to drive you.

At the end of the day, it is important to realize that MRI imaging provides a unique view into the interior of your body and has become an essential tool of modern medical imaging and disease diagnosis. In many cases, MRI provides important diagnostic information that cannot be obtained with other imaging studies and in most cases it can lead to early detection and treatment of disease.

At Independent Imaging we offer both closed and open MRI exams, using the latest in cutting edge technology to obtain the most precise and detailed images possible.  Visit us at our Wellington, Belle Glade, or Lake Worth Location. Or call us today to schedule your appointment at (561)795-5558.

Источник: https://www.independentimaging.com/open-mri-vs-closed-mri-difference-one-best-suited/

Food and drink

A range of food is available across our campuses.

Kelburn campus

Cafés and food outlets

  • The Hunter Lounge, Student Union Building—vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are available, and halal food can be prepared upon request. This is not strict halal, contact the Hunter Lounge for details.
  • Vic Books, Easterfield Building—vegetarian and vegan options available.
  • Wishbone, Alan MacDiarmid Building—vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free options available.
  • Koha Coffee, Ramsey House, 8 Kelburn Parade.
  • Louis’ Kiosk, Level 1, outside Kelburn Library—vegetarian options available.
  • Milk and Honey, Level 1, Rankine Brown Building—for staff and postgraduate students, whats open in wellington today, vegan and gluten-free options available.
  • Maki Mono, Level 2, Easterfield Building—sushi and other Japanese cuisine.
  • The Lab, ground floor, Easterfield Building—salads, noodles and juices, vegetarian options available.
  • Krishna Food, Kirk Building, next to the overbridge and LT301. Open 10 am–5 pm Monday–Friday, all year round. $6 lunches available (Eftpos available). All meals are vegan.
  • Nam D—Vietnamese Street Food, the Hub—vegetarian options available.
  • Subway, ground floor, Easterfield Building, adjacent to the main Kelburn Parade entrance—sandwiches, salads, wraps and drinks. Vegetarian options available.

If you are unsure whether vegetarian or halal food is offered at a particular outlet, just ask.

Vending machines providing drinks and snacks are located around campus. There are also some zips and microwaves for heating your own food.

Pipitea campus

  • Vic Books café is on the ground floor of Rutherford House and has vegetarian and vegan options available.
  • Krishna Food—Law school common room. Open 11 am–2.30 pm Monday–Friday, all year round. $6 lunches available (Eftpos available). All meals are vegan.

There is a New World Metro supermarket at the Railway Station. The Pipitea campus is also close to the cafés and amenities of Lambton Quay and the CBD.

Te Aro campus

Te Aro campus is close to Cuba Street, one of the main café areas in Wellington, and there are also supermarkets, and convenience stores nearby.

Источник: https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/students/campus/food

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