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A wharenui made of 5,000 balls of yarn will be on show at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato in Hamilton from December.
Invercargill City Council has selected the construction firm selected to build a new tuatara enclosure at Queens Park within the animal reserve.
Wētā Workshop is to open its $15m World War I art and visitor experience in Le Quesnoy, France, next week.
Te Whai Ao Dodd-Walls Centre for Photonic and Quantum Technologies is investing in MOTAT’s new science and technology centre.
Marlborough Museum now has a full team on board to protect the region’s history and taonga for the future.
MOTAT is trialling tree-based biofuels to power one of its steam trams.
Whakamana Cannabis Museum says it has secured a site at the city’s Hopetoun Alpha building.
Rotorua Lakes Council’s infrastructure and environment committee has voted in favour of strengthening and eventually reopening the city’s iconic museum.
Toka Tū Ake EQC has renewed its sponsorship of the Quake City exhibition at Canterbury Museum for another three years.
A new civic precinct in Tauranga will receive $21m in funding for facilities including a new museum, exhibition gallery, civic whare and a library and community space.
Central Otago District Council is seeking a building contractor for its proposed new Cromwell Memorial Hall, museum and events centre, with registrations of interest open for the project.
Canterbury Museum will open its pop-up museum in Christchurch with a free exhibition starting on the Matariki public holiday on 14 July.
Invercargill City Council has appointed architects to design a new enclosure for its tuatara as part of the city’s museum redevelopment.
Sir Edmund Hillary’s 1950s Antarctic expedition tractor, a giant globe, and other large objects have been removed from Canterbury Museum before its redevelopment.
Invercargill City Council has selected the architectural firms responsible for developing the city’s new museum.
The future of Wellington Museum could be on shaky ground after the building that houses it is set to be issued with an Earthquake-Prone Building notice.
Southland Museum is saying a temporary goodbye to resident tuatara Henry and his friends as they are rehomed while work gets underway on a major redevelopment project.
Marlborough District Council is dissolving the Marlborough Heritage Trust and taking over its operations from 31 March.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has attended the official opening of a new museum and an important exhibit on the Chatham Islands.
A new memorial honouring the outstanding courage of Police and members of the public has opened at the Royal New Zealand Police College’s lower grounds near Porirua.
Whanganui Regional Museum is partnering with the Blumhardt Foundation in an effort to support public art galleries and museums in their acquisition of work by contemporary New Zealand craft practitioners.
The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre will put on a show to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Cessna 180 from 27-29 May.
The $33.2m Hundertwasser Art Centre and Wairau Māori Art Gallery opened doors in Whangarei on Sunday.
New Zealand’s longest operating provincial movie theatre until its closure in 2012 is getting a chance at resurrection.
The new Northland attraction will still open this weekend despite the Omicron wave.
The Kauri Museum at Matakohe expects three out of four of the projects funded by a $3m Provincial Growth Fund grant to be complete by Labour Day.
Visits to The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa reached 894,292 in the year to June 2021, down 18.7% from 1.1 million in the previous 12 months.
More attractions require visitors and staff be fully vaccinated against Covid.
Kiwi North could be one of the earlier operators to see more custom in the post-lockdown era, says director Allie Fry.
Auckland War Memorial Museum has won an international award for its front-of-house visitor host uniforms.
The museum re-opens today with Covid-19 alert level 3 step 2 and social distancing protocols in place.
Auckland Museum will join other attractions and open if the city moves to Covid-19 alert level 3 step 2.
The low-profile ‘living history’ museum aimed to transform into an attraction that drew out-of-region visitors, and achieve endorsement as a ‘must-do’ visitor product from Auckland Unlimited by 2023.
Timaru District Council will soon take a project to restore the Theatre Royal and build a new destination museum to market for tender.
Puke Ariki Museum in New Plymouth is set to host the 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, starting on Saturday 14 August.
Switching to a domestic audience has been challenging but positive learning curve for the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.
Ravenscar House Museum set to open to public in October.
The New Zealand Lotteries Commission has granted $5.47m funding for a museum storage facility in Hastings.
Next phase of design to be presented to council later in year.
Funds tagged for exhibition use, as well as earthquake strengthening due to start next year.
Te Papa is expected to open following deep cleaning last week after the Australian Covid case visit.
Resignation just days before annual general meeting and new board election.
Remaining areas to be free entry until reopening on 11 June.
Auckland Museum’s redeveloped South Atrium has received a Public Architecture Award and Heritage Award.
All That Was Solid Melts exhibition open until Sunday 10 October.
A new heritage museum and an upgraded Theatre Royal is set to open its doors in 2023.
The wreck from the 1800s will be temporarily set up next to Mangawhai Museum.
Canterbury Museum has put out a call for residents to have their say on the attraction’s redevelopment plans.
Entry into Quake City at the Canterbury Museum will be free for Cantabrians to mark the 10-year anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Visits to Te Papa Museum reached 1.1 million in the year to June 2020, a 28% decrease on 2019.