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Experience life as a WWI soldier in Pou Kanohi Gallery
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Auckland Museum has reopened.
Open 10am - 5pm daily.
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We're delighted to have reopened our doors for you.
Your visit will be a bit different. Find out everything you need to know here.
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Our doors are open again but when you’re in need of an at-home Museum fix, experience some of the best parts of Tāmaki Paenga Hira here.
We're looking for Covid-19 material to add to our collections. Can you help? We want objects that will help us tell the story of this pandemic and lockdown for future generations.
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We're revitalisting our spaces, and providing additional galleries and experiences to provide a world-class experience for visitors.
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.
04 Jul 1950
18th Century [United Kingdom]
Tāmaki Paenga Hira has reviewed and adjusted its Draft Annual Plan to respond to the significantly changed funding and operating environment caused by COVID-19. The Museum has responded to take the necessary steps to address the new financial reality.
Our annual Museum Medals awards honour individuals who have given exceptional service to the Museum and made outstanding contributions to the generation of new knowledge drawing on the Museum’s collections and research resources. Find out more about this year’s winners here.
In this online companion to the book, Crafting Aotearoa, several authors bring to light some of our untold craft histories through a collection of 52 essays. Touching on a variety of topics including exhibition histories and placemaking through materials and motifs, this companion shows the strong history and culture of craft in the wider Moana Oceania region.
In November 2019, Auckland Museum celebrates its 90th year in the war memorial building in Auckland Domain.
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.