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Auckland Museum is temporarily closed

Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum is closed to the public for four weeks in step with our county’s efforts to limit the transmission of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Find out more

Our organisation

  • Annual Review 2018/2019

    Auckland Museum Annual Review for 2018/2019

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  • Pacific Advisory Group

    Auckland Museum’s Pacific Advisory Group assists the Museum in developing a stronger Pacific dimension.

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  • Annual Review 2017/2018

    This review looks at each of our priorities in more detail and shares some of the highlights that have made up our year of achievements in 2018.

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  • Annual Review 2016/2017

    Five years into our 20-year Future Museum strategy, experience our Annual Review for 2016/2017 to see where how we are building on our past, engaging with our audiences today and investing for tomorrow.

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  • Taumata-ā-Iwi

    The Taumata-ā-Iwi acts in a trustee role in representing the interests of Māori and advising the Trust Board on matters of custodial policy and guardianship of taonga (Māori ancestral treasures) and any whakapakoko, uru moko and koiwi (indigenous human remains) held by the Museum.

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  • Executive Team and Trust Board

    Find out about the people who provide governance and strategic leadership to the Museum.

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  • Annual Plans and Reports

    Read about the Museum's recent highlights and achievements, and our strategic objectives and planned activities.

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  • Auckland War Memorial Museum Act 1996

    Find out more about the Auckland War Memorial Museum Act which, in 1996, transferred the assets and Governance of the Auckland Institute and Museum to the Auckland Museum Trust Board.

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  • Sustainability

    Sustainability has been a fundamental principal of Auckland War Memorial Museum since its inception 160 years ago. It’s also a core objective within Future Museum - our 20-year strategic plan.

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  • Rainbow Tick

    Auckland Museum is currently in the process of becoming Rainbow Tick certified. We are actively working to build and encourage an inclusive and diverse workforce across gender, ethnicity, age, and sexual orientation that reflect our people, our customers and our community. We aspire to be a workplace in which all our people are supported both professionally and personally, are free to be themselves and feel that their unique differences are valued. We’ll achieve this through developing a culture where differences are celebrated.

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  • Governance policies

    One of the Museum Trust Board's duties is to establish broad lines of policy for the guidance of the Director.

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