The first in a series of exhibitions
about the New Zealand war experience. Using the many perspectives and experiences of those involved, the exhibition will tell the lesser-known story of New Zealand's first action in WWI, the occupation of German Sāmoa.
The Auckland War Memorial Museum is proud to present The Great War on Screen, an exclusive expert talk with festival guest, Apocalypse WWI producer, Josette D. Normandeau.
Kids and Family
Join the Weird and Wonderful team to play the game Clued In. Accept the challenge then explore the gallery to figure out which collection objects share a
Decades after a prized collection of Chinese porcelain was left a heap of shards after bombing raids in London, it was rattled again by two major earthquakes in Christchurch. Auckland Museum’s principal conservator Sue Cooper and contract conservator Liz Yuda have spent the past four years preserving the collection while allowing it’s shaky past to shine through.
How do we understand place and heritage in Aotearoa New Zealand today? This is one of the key questions explored in this new commemorative display, which looks back to the origins of our nation.
Be a part of our special programmes marking the 175th anniversary of the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi – the Treaty of Waitangi.
BioBlitz is back! Take part as scientists and volunteers aim to count every species in your neighbourhood, over the course of 22 hours.
We've enhanced Online Cenotaph, our digital social space where enthusiasts, families, and researchers can share their interconnecting experiences of New Zealand servicemen and women. Find out what's new.