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Experience a world you can't imagine in our new WWI gallery Pou Kanohi
Auckland Museum is the guardian of the world's largest collection of Māori treasures
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Experience life as a WWI soldier in Pou Kanohi Gallery
'Let Me Be Myself' The Life Story of Anne Frank. An unmissable exhibition.
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Venue hire at Auckland Museum
Each month we organise a facilitated discussion in the downstairs lounge bar at the Horse and Trap. After a short presentation by an expert in their field, the floor is open for questions and debate over a meal or drink.
Topics range from science, politics, economics, psychology and sustainability, to New Zealand's space programme, and depending on the topic it will be called either Café Scientifique or Café Humanities.
The format allows for discussion from the audience which only enhances the evening with personal anecdotes which often brings colourful discussion to the topic on the night.