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All reviews war memorial maori culture new zealand te papa volcano exhibit maori section great maori nz history world war interesting exhibits beautiful building rainy day few hours on display guided tour couple of hours well worth the visit
Because we'd hiked so far to get there we paid the $25 each entry fee for international visitors (locals are free). There were some okay exhibitions, nothing amazing or must see, however if you are a museum buff you would probably enjoy the extensive display...More
We visited the museum in November when the crosses were on the lawn, I have to say the World War One exhibition was one of the best and most moving I have seen. The whole museum is very user friendly and well laid out friendly...More
Well worth the visit to see the historical and cultural side of the Maouri way of life. Entry is free if you live in Auckland. For tourists entry is $25. Parking is rather expensive. You may be lucky to find side street parking which we...More
We go here often as our 12 year old son is very keen on military history. The Museum has re-done it’s area on the NZ military. There is a section now that is very interactive and you can bring up letters written by soldiers and...More
this museum has a wonderful collection of historical and cultural items . It also houses a Maori Cultural dance presentation that is worth the extra ticket price. it is not as polished as other shows but is interesting and the dancers do a nice job...More
Response from AucklandMuseum | Property representative |
Hi there Robert, if it's a large group of people, we suggest booking in advance, but for small parties it should be fine to just show up on the day! If you have any other questions, feel free to fire them through!
Response from Courtney5454 | Reviewed this property |
20 mins up hill. There is a free red bus that goes from Queen St (Auckland's main st) or Britomart terminus just 100m or so from cruise terminals. Alternatively you could take the Link bus for a couple of bucks. The free red... More
20 mins up hill. There is a free red bus that goes from Queen St (Auckland's main st) or Britomart terminus just 100m or so from cruise terminals. Alternatively you could take the Link bus for a couple of bucks. The free red bus or the link bus take you to all the main city sites and cruise ships dock right downtown so don't bother with expensive shore excursions. Locals are friendly and will be happy to point you in the right direction. Viaduct Harbour is also a short walk from the docks. you can see the old steam tug William c daldy there. ask for a look around. still coal fired and operational. :)