Events

Elemental AKL: Sunset Sail and Graze

Elemental AKL: Sunset Sail and Graze

4:00pm, Saturday 20th July 
4:00pm Saturday 27 July
1.5 hour sailing and canapés

Adults: $65
Seniors / students: $60

Bookings essential. Please call (09) 373 0800 or email info@maritimemuseum.co.nz to reserve your place.

Matariki Festival: Te Awhiorangi, navigation by the stars with Te Toki Voyaging Trust

Matariki Festival: Te Awhiorangi, navigation by the stars with Te Toki Voyaging Trust

Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 June
New Zealand Maritime Museum, Learning Space
Free event. Pre-bookings recommended.

Bookings essential. Please call (09) 373 0800 or email info@maritimemuseum.co.nz to reserve your place.

Diggers and Divers: April Holiday Programme

Diggers and Divers: April Holiday Programme

Monday 15th – Friday 26th April
Weekdays only
10am-2pm (public holidays 10:30am - 1:30pm)

$5 per child includes show, trail and craft. 
Museum entry is free for Auckland residents with proof of address. 

Discover shipwrecks, make your own fossils and learn about the life of a marine scientist in our April holiday programme. 

Drop in or call (09) 373 0800 or email info@maritimemuseum.co.nz to reserve your place.

Children's Sail Cloth Painting Project

Sunday 24th March
1pm - 3pm
New Zealand Maritime Museum 
$3 per child 

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Children's Sail Cloth Painting Project 
Be part of a community artwork, and help artist Heather Hertel paint an upcycled sails for display at the Maritime Museum. 
Take a short tour of museum for some artistic inspiration, exploring colours, shapes, symbols and patterns, before joining in on the painting project.

Please call (09) 373 0800 or email info@maritimemuseum.co.nz to reserve your place.

Dream Sails Exhibition – Heather Hertel

Saturday 16 March – Sunday 24 March

Pop-up Exhibition by Heather Hertel
New Zealand Maritime Museum

Heather Hertel is an American artist undertaking a summer residency at Wintec in Aotearoa. For this residency she will be creating a series of art works that will be installed at the Maritime Museum in a pop up, short term exhibition. The art works will be made from recycled sailcloth and imagery will be influenced by Aotearoa New Zealand maritime themes.