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This month’s Café Humanities event sees Buddy Mikaere take to the podium to discuss the on-going collision between Māori and Pakeha cultural perspectives on the environment. He will discuss the difficulties in reconciling these perspectives using the example of the MV Rena disaster.
Join students from Collège Jacques Monod, Compèigne, France, and St Peter’s College, Auckland, as they commemorate the first day of the Battle of the Somme, with songs, poems and readings.
Join us in the Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu exhibition space for demonstrations of traditional weaving by master weavers and special presentations from our curators.
Bookable tours for New Zealand groups of seniors.
Taku Tāmaki – Auckland Stories South is the first exhibition in an exciting new partnership between MIT Manukau and Auckland Museum.
Ka toro haere tēnei whakaaturanga i ētahi o ngā tātai kōrero mō Te Tiriti o Waitangi me nga āhuatanga o ngā whakataunga Tiriti ki Tāmaki Makaurau nei.
This display explores some of the history surrounding the Treaty of Waitangi and Treaty settlement process here in Auckland.
Step inside this unique world of beautifully crafted objects in this new exhibition. Acclaimed artists Areta Wilkinson and Te Rongo Kirkwood showcase their artwork alongside historical objects from the Museum’s collection.
This exhibition of photographs commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Çanakkale, also known as the Gallipoli Campaign.
Focusing on life 'at home' during the First World War, the Home Front exhibition will explore how the events half a world away shaped lives at home. This is the third in a series of WWI Centenary commemorative exhibitions.
Celebrate Māori Language Week 2016 with us! This year we celebrate "Generations of Reo", with each day representing a different generation spanning 200 years of our history.
We light up the Museum to celebrate or commemorate occasions of regional, national and international significance. Check out some of the recent events we've marked.
Experience a vibrant glimpse of Māori culture in an engaging performance which culminates in a high-energy, spine-tingling version of the world-famous haka.
Take a tour with one of our local guides as they share their knowledge with you. Hear about Aotearoa's people and their place in the Pacific, the remarkable flora and fauna, and the conflict that have shaped the nation.
Performers from our Māori Cultural Experience will take you on a guided tour of our magnificent Māori gallery.
Our collections and galleries are permanent features at the Museum and are open to the public daily.
This gallery can be found on the top floor and tell the story of New Zealand's involvement in wars from the New Zealand Wars to East Timor.
Weird and Wonderful is a free children's gallery open daily.
Pacific Masterpieces shows some of the most beautiful and important Oceanic art and artefacts in the world, ranging from delicate combs to ocean going canoes and from feathered cloaks to shields.