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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.
Otago Museum has euthanised its jewelled gecko Manawa after expert treatments could not revive him from a series of ailments.
Canterbury Museum will host the 2020 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
Canterbury Museum’s annual Night at the Museum has returned to celebrate the attraction’s 150th anniversary on Rolleston Avenue.
Otago Museum has brought forward the opening of its Dinosaur REvolution exhibition.
The Government is providing $11.6m for an upgrade of Timaru’s iconic Theatre Royal and the construction of a new connected heritage museum and exhibition space.
Auckland War Memorial Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira has opened its doors to the Auckland public.
The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre will host a once-only display compilation of the John Smith Collection at the 2021 Dangerous Skies WW2 Exhibition next Easter.
The month saw more than 3000 people use its services, mostly with on-site visits. This was 15% up against the 3-year average.
The forecast assumed ongoing impacts related to the crisis would reduce international and domestic visitors.
Matakohe’s Kauri Museum is the latest Northland attraction to get a significant cash injection.
The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre has been appointed guardian of the John Smith collection of warbirds.
Experience Wellington is seeing visitor numbers at some key sites return to around 60% of normal, as the council-owned operator forges ahead through its Covid-19 recovery.
Waikato Museum has launched a new website experience for visitors keen to try their hand at creating an online exhibition using images of items from the Museum’s collection.
Otago Museum has closed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic but it will offer some virtual experiences.
Auckland War Memorial Museum is bringing the Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes exhibition exclusively to Auckland in July 2020.
The first major surrealist exhibition in New Zealand in just under 50 years, Dalí and the Surrealists: Masterpieces from Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen exhibit, will be held at Te Papa next summer.
Applications have opened for the $7m Regional Culture and Heritage Fund available to performing arts venues, galleries, museums and whare taonga.
Visitors are still welcome at Waikato Museum despite its exterior being spruced up this month.
The $14.6m Māori Battalion Museum located in the Waitangi Treaty Grounds is opening today.
Te Papa has apologised to people who felt the museum had misrepresented the agriculture sector in a display showing dirty water, supposedly from a farm stream.
Te Papa has appointed Courtney Johnston as its new chief executive officer.
The Wonderland exhibition is now open for the summer season at Te Papa in Wellington.
Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum will be the first venue in the Southern Hemisphere to host The British Museum’s Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes exhibition.
About 300 visitors attended opening day events for the Puhoro ō mua, Puhoro ki tua exhibition last weekend at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato.
Tours, cruise visitors and events helped boost FY19 income, says the museum.
The hunt is on for a new chief executive for the Museum of New Zealand.
The cash will go towards the attraction’s $55m redevelopment plan.
Christchurch is set to get a “world class” cannabis museum as part of plans to create New Zealand’s first cannabis social enterprise.
Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology has launched a new model railway at the historic Waitakere train station.
Dunedin’s Otago Museum was the most feted attraction at the 2019 ServiceIQ Museum Awards winning three of the ten categories up for grabs including Most Innovative Education Programme, Most Innovative Public Programme and the Arts Access Aotearoa Museums Award.
Te Papa’s Terracotta Warriors attracted 198,021 visitors during its four-month exhibition.
The new attraction will be built at Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Northland.
Canterbury Museum has paid $16,000 for a canvas kit bag used by Sir Edmund Hillary when he and Tenzing Norgay became the first people to summit Mt Everest.
Terracotta Warriors is the first international exhibition to be held in Te Papa’s new art gallery, Toi Art, which opened to critical acclaim earlier this year.
Te Papa has teamed up with Victoria University of Wellington’s Museum and Heritage Studies department to launch two scholarships in honour of its founders.
Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum is to expand its offer with the creation of a new permanent gallery on the back of a $4.5m cash injection from the Lottery Board.
Te Papa will host the official 2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism opening ceremony on 20 February next year.
Auckland Museum has won the top prize in Auckland Transport’s annual Travelwise Choices Awards 2018.
Stewart Island is set to get a new multi-million dollar tourism attraction after securing $1m in government funding for the Rakiura Heritage Centre.
Te Papa has announced a trio of senior appointments which it says “show the strength of talent” in the New Zealand museum and gallery sector.
Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Carmel Sepuloni has praised the museum and gallery sector for its dedication to conserving, documenting and sharing Aotearoa’s diverse arts, cultural and heritage treasures.
The most engaging, visionary, resourceful and innovative exhibitions, programmes and museum projects were celebrated yesterday evening with a gala at event at Christchurch Art Gallery.