Contractors working on the refurbishment of Wellington’s Bowen State Building have found a 50 year old time capsule.
The capsule was found last week by those working on the $200 million renovations. It will be opened today (Wednesday) to see what’s inside.
It came as a surprise to those working on the project, as there’s no record at all of a time capsule being buried at the time of construction.
The Bowen State Building was designed and built by the Ministry of Works in the late 1950s.
The capsule will be opened on site by Minister of Arts, Culture, and Heritage Maggie Barry at midday today.
Comment below what you think what might be inside. Remember that it was buried in the 1950’s.