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Sitting atop Pukekawa Auckland Domain, Auckland War Memorial Museum was built in 1929 by the people of Auckland as a monument to our fallen soldiers.
Espresso Bar 1929 is a new hospitality experience at Auckland Museum, offering small bites and Allpress coffee in Auckland Museum’s stately Grand Foyer. Perfect for a catch-up before or after exploring the galleries, or for grabbing a coffee on the run.
In the spirit of the Museum, Espresso Bar 1929 provides manaakitanga and a warm welcome to all who come through our doors.