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Venue hire at Auckland Museum
Whether you're after a quick bite and a coffee on-the-run, a lingering long lunch or a celebratory high tea, Tuitui Museum Bistro & Café is Auckland Museum's new destination for food and drink.
In addition to our two dining outlets, the South Atrium is also home to the Kai Room, a place where you and your whānau can bring and eat your own food. Located on the western side of Te Ao Mārama (next to Hokohoko, the Museum Store), there are plenty of tables and chairs and some kitchen facilities for our visitors to use.
Did you know that food and drink can be major threats to our collections? Food or drink are not allowed into the galleries, as they could attract pests that will damage our precious taonga. There are self-service lockers where you can leave bags with food while you explore the Museum.
You can learn more about how our Collection Care team manages the threat of pests to protect our collections here.