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. For details on sessions dates and times please see the school programmes section. 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 FossilsEntomology: bugs and insectsMatariki a-kura: Matariki for schoolsTala PasifikaTamafreaky FridaysWeird and Wonderful guided discoveryWonders of the Sea Year 1 to Year 8 programmes: ANZACInsights into life during World War OneWar: Impact on New Zealand Society and IdentityAncient CivilisationsDinosaurs and FossilsWonders of the SeaPalaeontologyVolcanoesEntomology for early learnersEntomology: Examining the living worldHe Kete MātaurangaMatariki a-kura: Matariki for schoolsTala PasifikaTe Ao Pasifika Year 9 to Year 13 programmes: Art Classes - observational drawing (Terms 1 - 4)Art Classes - observational drawingGallipoli: Death of InnocenceWar: Impact on New Zealand Society and Identity (Terms 1 - 4)Human biological and cultural evolutionNew Zealand speciation and patterns of evolutionWar: Impact on New Zealand Society and Identity 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.