Auckland museums showcase our rich Maori, European and natural heritage. Browse replicas, reinactments, exhibitions, videos and other objects, bringing our natural, cultural, social, military and historical events to life.
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Mobile-friendly - World-class crystal and mineral museum set in the foothills of the Waitakere ranges, just a 20-minute drive from Auckland City. Amazing fossils, the biggest and most unusual selection of crystals and minerals in New Zealand, selected from around the world. Scrumptious cafe, farm animals and children's playgrounds. Group tours welcome.
Mobile-friendly - Experience Auckland's living history. See an early settler's village as it looked in the mid to late 1800s and explore heritage buildings in a beautiful garden setting with friendly chickens. Free parking, accessible entry, cafe on site. Garden seeds and gifts available from the beautiful museum shop. Open 7 days 10am-4pm (last entry 3pm). See our virtual tour: www.historicalvillage.org.nz
Museum entry is FREE for Aucklanders. New Zealand’s most celebrated mariner, Sir Peter Blake was a peerless ocean racer and passionate environmentalist. This stunning permanent exhibition celebrates his remarkable achievements, as well as paying tribute to New Zealand's world-renowned design and yachting prowess.
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