Book now Whether you wish to make a self-guided visit, or take advantage of working with our educators, it's a safety requirement that all school visits must be booked through the School Bookings Service. Bookings may be made using this booking form, or call us on +64 9 306 7040 to discuss your requirements in-person. We recommend you book your programmes three or more months in advance. Contact information Name of institution: Address: Suburb: City: Postcode: Phone: Name for booking reference: Contact email address: Teacher in charge of visit: Teacher email address: Teacher mobile number: Preferred visiting dates We are now accepting bookings for the current school year. Bookings for the next school year will be accepted from November onwards. Preferred date: Date and time Alternate date 1: Date and time Alternate date 2: Date and time Preferred arrival time: Approximate departure time: Student information Number of students: Year levels: No. of accompanying Staff / Adults: Please indicate where the visit fits into student's programme of learning: Topic focus and curriculum area Please indicate where the visit fits into student's programme of learning. Programme type: Self GuidedEducator Assisted Programmes Early childhood programmes: Dinosaurs and Fossils (Terms 1 - 4, Mon - Fri)Entomology: bugs and insects (Terms 1 – 4, Mon – Fri)Matariki a-kura: Matariki for schools (5 May – Thursday 3 July, Fridays)Tala Pasifika (ECE, Fridays during Terms 1, 2, 3, 4)Tamafreaky Fridays (Fridays during Terms 1, 3, and 4)Weird and Wonderful guided discovery (Term 1, 2, 3, 4)Wonders of the Sea (Terms 1 – 4, Mon – Fri) Year 1 to Year 8 programmes: Insights into life during World War One (Terms 2 - 4)War: Impact on New Zealand Society and Identity (Terms 1 - 4)Ancient Civilisations (Terms 1 - 4)Dinosaurs and Fossils (Terms 1 - 4, Mon - Fri)Wonders of the Sea (Terms 1 – 4, Mon – Fri)Palaeontology (Terms 1 - 4, weekdays, except Wednesdays during Term 2)Volcanoes (Terms 1 - 4, weekdays, except Wednesdays during Term 2)Entomology for early learners (Terms 1 – 4, Mon – Fri)He Kete Mātauranga (Terms 1 - 4)Matariki a-kura: Matariki for schools (5 May – Thursday 3 July, Mon - Thur)Tala Pasifika (Terms 1 - 4 (Wednesdays only)Te Ao Pasifika (Terms 1 - 4, Mon and Tue only) Year 9 to Year 13 programmes: Art Classes - observational drawing (Terms 1 - 4)Human biological and cultural evolution (Terms 3 -4)New Zealand speciation and patterns of evolution (Terms 3 - 4)War: Impact on New Zealand Society and Identity (Terms 1 - 4)War is declared: New Zealand’s first year (Terms 2 - 4) Additional galleries you wish to visit Ground floor: NZ Design & Decorative Arts: Encounter International Design & Decorative Arts: Landmarks Music: Castle Collection Wild Child Maori Cultural PerformanceMaori Court: He Taonga MaoriPacific LifewaysPacific MasterpiecesTamaki Gallery Level 1: Land Coastal Origins Oceans Volcanoes Applied Arts: MacKelvie Collection Applied Arts: Kan Collection Arts of Asia Ancient Worlds Maori Natural History: Te Ao Turoa Level 2: Pictorial Gallery World War II Hall of Memories World War I Sanctuary Scars on the Heart 1: New Zealand Wars through to World War One Scars on the Heart 2: World War Two and later conflicts Zero Spitfire Auckland 1866 The Armoury Holocaust History & Architecture of the Museum: Colours Any special requirements? For example: Wheelchairs, hearing impairments, language requirements, nappy changing etc. Special requirements: Note: Please note that bookings are subject to availability and places are reserved only once you have received our Booking Confirmation.