Feel the wind in your hair with a sailing trip on board a historic vessel.
KEEP THE KIDS ENTERTAINED WITH SPECIAL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Find out how the first polynesian explorers made their way to aotearoa
Meet New Zealand's modern day maritime heroes
DOMINION MONARCH / Shaw, Savill and Albion  Auckland Maritime Society Collection, New Zealand Maritime Museum

The annual Auckland remembrance service for the Merchant Navy will be held at the New Zealand Maritime Museum on Saturday September 3, 2016 to commemorate...

Anzac women of war – our unsung heroines

After a sell-out season in 2014, the critically acclaimed story of Sister Anzac is returning to the NZ Maritime Museum. The nine special promenade performances...

For people living in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, the sea is integral to our identity. Ko au te wai, ko te wai ko au: I am the water and the water is...

Dravuni: Sivia yani na vunilagi - Beyond the Horizon

Dravuni: Sivia yani na Vunilagi - Beyond the Horizon explores cultural transmission in the digital age, belonging and place-making, legends and storytelling....

Hidden Treasures: Mystery at the Maritime OCTOBER SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME Monday 26 September - Friday 7 October, 10am - 3pm Gallery Detective Trail - FREE of...

Post 1956, 2009.202.1 Gifted by Willem Storteler, 2009, NZ Maritime Museum

Get your seafaring treasures appraised at the New Zealand Maritime Museum as part of the Auckland Heritage Festival. The museum is bringing the Antiques...

Ted Ashby sailing in the Waitemata Harbour

One hour heritage sailing trips on Ted Ashby head out twice a day, six days a week, so there is plenty of opportunity to climb on board.

Tena koutou katoa, The Roots Creative Entrepreneurs have worked with the Waitemata Youth Collective to create an exhibition at the New Zealand Maritime Museum...

NZL 32, or Black Magic, the International America's Cup Class yacht that won the 1995 America's Cup.

Learn about NZ's astonishing maritime achievements, a country which has at one time or another held every significant sailing trophy in the world.

Harry Hawker’s Nautilus cruising on the Avon-Heathcote Estuary in the 1920s. Courtesy of Christchurch City Libraries.

Over 100 years old, motor launch Nautilus spent part of her life rescuing injured troops during World War One. Now she is being lovingly restored.