What's on

Powerful ethereal imagery, compelling conceptual drawings and models make up the latest exhibition At the Water's Edge on at the New...

SL Puke steaming outside the Museum

SS Puke might just be the cutest steam tug on the water and you can get on board for a trip on selected Saturday afternoons.  

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.

Come and enjoy traditional shanties and contemporary songs of the sea on the first Sunday of every month at 1pm. 

2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the most legendary ocean liner of our time. Launched in 1967 by HM. The Queen, the QE2 become the most...

Come enjoy our great new outdoor space "The End of the Wharf" which has a summer garden, places to sit and relax as well as outdoor...

Join us for a weekend by the water and on the water and celebrate Auckland’s waterfront past, present and future! Visit us at the Eastern...

Get out on the Waitemata harbour with our newest heritage vessel Nautilus. With a maximum capacity of 8 it is an intimate and fascinating...

The Maritime Museum is collaborating with Pecha Kucha Auckland on the next Pecha Kucha night "Where the city meets the sea" which will be...

See the well-loved show “The Pirate that Couldn’t Swim”, learn why different materials float or sink and take free activity trail through...

The New Zealand Maritime Museum is running extra sailings to take passengers out onto the harbour and sail around the massive new cruise...

Aerial of Auckland Harbour 1940.

Essential repairs to fix the concrete beams and piles underneath Hobson Wharf will begin on September 5, 2016. A recent condition...