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Haere mai ki Te Ao Mārama
Welcome to your new South Atrium
The doors are open and we're ready to welcome you back to the new, transformed Tāmaki Paenga Hira War Memorial Museum.
Explore Te Ao Mārama
The Chief Executive of Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland Museum welcomes you to our new South Atrium, Te Ao Mārama: "What you will experience is the result of our deliberate intention to connect the past, present and future of this much-loved cultural destination."
Whether you're after a coffee on-the-run, a quick bite, a long lunch or prefer to bring your own kai, we've got options to suit any plan. Find out more about Tuitui Museum Bistro & Café, 1929, and the Kai Room.
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Love the Museum and live in Auckland? The new MyMuseum card is for you.
Simply show it for free general admission whenever you visit. There’s no need to queue – just dive in and explore!
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For as little as $50 per year, you can enjoy unlimited free entry to paid exhibitions, discounted event tickets and exclusive Member only events.
As a Member, you’ll also receive discounts at our Museum Store, Tuitui Museum Bistro & Café and 1929.
Te Ao Mārama is also home to Hokohoko, the transformed Museum store. With an extensive range of artworks, books, gifts and toys starring local makers and artists, the shop is a reflection of the taonga the Museum houses.
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