Use our audio guides to dive further into the stories of Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland, deepen your understanding of some of the precious taonga in our care, and see some of the Museum's collections through the lens of LGBTTIQ+ communities. These tours can be completed at your own pace and are accessed from your own smartphone.

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Dive deeper into Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland


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The stories told in our new Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland gallery span a vast region and many generations, and there's a lot more to many of them than will fit on a display label.

Available in te reo Māori, English and Chinese Mandarin, this self-guided audio guide is launched from your own smartphone. Our audio guide tours are suitable for children and adults, with a 30- or 60-minute option. 

Tours are provided via a web-based app and you will need your own device and headphones.
 

Explore the Māori Court


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Explore our He Taonga Māori gallery and discover the stories of our Māori taonga (treasures).

Gain insights into how these beautiful objects were crafted and used, and an understanding of the rich Māori culture and language, which is still very much part of life in New Zealand today.

Our audio guide tours are suitable for children and adults, with a 30- or 60-minute option. 

Tours are provided via a web-based app and you will need your own device and headphones. 

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毛利人珍宝语音向导游

欢迎参观我们的He Taonga Māori(毛利珍宝)艺术馆,聆听关于毛利珍宝的故事。

深入了解这些瑰宝的制作和使用,以理解丰富的毛利文化和语言,因为毛利文化和语言仍然是新西兰现今生活中的重要组成部分。

我们的音频导游适合儿童和成人,有30分钟和60分钟两种选择。

音频导游通过网络应用程序完成,您将需要携带您的手机和耳机。如有需要,可以在博物馆购买耳机,单价8元。 
 

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Queerseum


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Auckland Museum is proud.

Explore our collection with the Auckland Museum Queerseum audio guide, which shines a light on LGBTTIQ+ stories behind our collections. Compiled and recorded by our Rainbow staff, this guide is a celebration of our diversity, and an effort to make queer history visible in our Museum.

This guide takes approximately one hour to complete and contains some mature content that may not be suitable for younger listeners.

If you've used this audio guide before, please note that there are now three new stops in the brand-new Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland gallery.

Coming soon

New Zealand Sign Language labels


Access the gallery labels for Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland in New Zealand Sign Language, using your own device.