Auckland Museum Institute
The Auckland Museum Institute, established in 1867, is the Museum's membership body. The Institute organises a programme of lectures, discussions, field trips and other events, and appoints four members of the Museum Trust Board.
It is the Auckland Branch of the Royal Society of New Zealand providing the Museum, Museum Friends and the public access to both local and international RSNZ keynote speakers.
Join the Auckland Museum Institute and enjoy an outstanding programme of events that will inspire a love of science, history and the arts. Read more
The complete list of upcoming Institute lectures, field trips and other events.Read more
Background to the Auckland Museum Institute, which dates back to 1867, and links to official documents.Read more
Contact information for the Auckland Museum Institute.Read more
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Members are the success of the Institute and why we have thrived for 150 years. We would love to hear your stories and memories of the Museum and the Institute, please share a brief outline of your memory below to help us build on our history. We will be in touch with you if we use your story in any format.