Come on a journey through the decades in this interactive, fun and exciting exhibition.
Taku Tāmaki – Auckland Stories South is the first exhibition in an exciting new partnership between MIT Manukau and Auckland Museum.
The digitisation and sharing of Auckland Museum's collection initiated an international treasure hunt for the story of the Dowager Empress Cixi's comb.
Excess Baggage shows you some of the luggage taken on journeys during the 19th and 20th centuries, from top-hat boxes, to vanity cases and picnic sets.
Look out for our roadshow unit in your community as we come to discover, connect and share stories of those who served.Email us
Focusing on life ‘at home’ during the First World War, the Home Front exhibition will explore how the events half a world away shaped lives at home. This is the third in a series of WWI Centenary commemorative exhibitions.
Through a selection of objects and a pictorial display, we examine aspects of the Treaty.
Explore and discover
Search more than one million catalogue records from Auckland Museum’s natural sciences, human history and documentary heritage collections.
As part of our centenary education programme, Auckland Museum is using the popular Minecraft® game to engage students with the events that occurred at Gallipoli in 1915.
This collection highlight brings together photos and letters which tell the story of the Anzac evacuation of Gallipoli - from a change in the weather to written reflections on the campaign.
One of our Collection Managers came across these mysterious objects in storage, they are described as "lead weights for embroidery". Do you know how they would have been used?
Online Cenotaph is our digital social space where enthusiasts, families, and researchers can share their interconnecting experiences of New Zealand servicemen and women.
A new book written and published by former Auckland Museum Librarian Ian Thwaites. It is full of anecdotes and biographical history providing a record of memories and accomplishments of those who contributed to this well-regarded institution.
This programme gives students the opportunity to observe and draw items of cultural and community significance from across the Museum collection.