Carried Away: Bags Unpacked
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We are creating new experiences and galleries for everyone who visits. This will change how you enter the Museum and move around, as our South Atrium entrance is currently closed.
Bring your family to experience life as it was 250 years ago in our action-packed new exhibition.
LANDLUBBERS TO SCURVY DOGS
Join our adventurers and experience a sailor’s life on-board, as we navigate the southern oceans with Captain Cook and company.
Carried Away: Bags Unpacked showcases over 150 individual bags from Auckland Museum’s collection, many on display for the first time.
The taonga (treasures) from Māori, the peoples of Oceania and New Zealand, and our natural world are waiting to be discovered across three floors of magnificent galleries.
12 Apr 1995 [Hong Kong]
12 Apr 1995 Hong Kong
29 Nov 2007 New Zealand
We are revitalising our spaces to provide a world-class experience for our visitors and to showcase even more of our collections.
The next stage of Auckland Museum’s transformation has begun
The Museum’s Trust Board is inviting nominations for the Museum Medals from now until Monday 2 September 2019.
On Sunday 30 June, a new Roll of Honour was unveiled in the World War II Hall of Memories at Auckland War Memorial Museum.
Auckland Museum’s Southern Pathway in the Auckland Domain has been completed with its official name announced by Auckland Mayor Phil Goff.
A New Zealand online magazine – The Spinoff – has just published a story titled “A view into the city's future through the taonga of Auckland Museum."
The Museum’s capital fundraising campaign, ARE YOU IN?, seeks support for Future Museum Stage 1 where the current building is optimised and a critical foundation is set for future investment.
Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum is Auckland’s place of gathering, welcome and orientation, where we share knowledge of our taonga (treasures) and explore the many stories of Tāmaki. This Strategic Plan sets out our direction for the next five years.