Learn more about ancient cultures and the way people lived through the artifacts left behind
Take on the role of an archaeologist and explore one of the great stories of human migration.
Explore the museum and collection to inspire their work and portfolios.
Become a citizen scientist and document biodiversity in the Auckland Domain.
Explore the characteristics of well-known dinosaur species with replica bones.
Learn how entomologists study the classification, life cycle, distribution, physiology, behaviour, ecology and population dynamics of insects.
Learn about human evolution through a lecture-style lesson teamed with hands-on activities.
Explore the colourful world of insects and mini-beasts in this fun and interactive session.
Learn all about interactions between organisms in Tāmaki Makaurau, their enivornment and more with Kete Wānanga | Curiosity Crate Forest, Freshwater or Marine.
Discover the evolutionary stories of some of New Zealand’s most iconic species including moa, kiwi, tuatara and wētā.
Take on the role of a palaeontologist and piece together the evolutionary tree.
Research and make personal discoveries about New Zealand servicemen and women.
Experience this immersive interactive gallery, which makes the events of WWI relevant for young people today.
Become immersed in Museum life as you work to protect the Museums collections.
When dinosaurs ruled the land, giant marine reptiles hunted the depths of the sea.
Explore the innovations of Pacific navigation and voyaging.
Trace the origins of tapa and tīvaivai and make your own works inspired by these artforms.
In the magnificent whare, Hotonui, learn about Māori culture and stories.
Discover the amazing story behind human settlement of Aotearoa.
Explore Tāmaki Makaurau’s volcanic stories and discover what lies beneath the feet of Aucklanders.
Explore how New Zealand's involvement in World War I has shaped the lives and identity of individuals, communities and our nation.
Explore how New Zealand's involvement in World War II has shaped the lives and identity of individuals, communities, and our nation.