What's on

Monday October 02 - Friday October 13 10am - 3pm daily Celebrate maritime tradition with knot making workshops, interactive performances...

Floating crane lifting the launch shelter next to the Ferry Building, 1922. Auckland Harbour Board Collection, New Zealand Maritime Museum (42_065d)

Friday 22nd – Monday 2nd Oct Check out the changing landscape of Auckland's waterfront and port in this fascinating temporary exhibition,...

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 every second Sunday of the month.

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.

  Saturday September 30 & Sunday October 1 10am - 4pm  To celebrate the opening of our new exhibition by contemporary artist Jae Kang,...

Join us at the Maritime Museum for an interactive multi-discipline exhibition, a talk from renowned Mana Whenua writer Paula Morris, Māori...

Celebrate our latest exhibition, Knot Touch, by Jae Kang with workshops on traditional maritime knots, trails, music and interactive...

The New Zealand Maritime Museum is the proud owner of a sleek new Learning Space.  The former 'Crow's Nest' has been completely transformed...

This is an event to share the experience of newcomers to Aotearoa and to give a platform for Auckland Resettled Community Coalition (ARCC)...

Looking for something fun to do with the kids over the weekend? Bring them into the Maritime Museum to meet our roving characters and take...

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

Aerial of Auckland Harbour 1940.

Hobson Wharf is currently undergoing essential repairs to fix the concrete beams and pile below. A condition assessment of the 80-year-old...