Upon visiting the exhibition, Are We There Yet? (2018), former Prime Minister, Helen Clark shares her hopes for women.
Learn about the kid-friendly exhibition, The Secret World of Butterflies (2018).
How much do you know about insects and arachnids? Test yourself!
Six videos that focus on the impact the Treaty of Waitangi has had on Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland iwi.
This interactive shows you the various parts of the Southern right whale (eubalaena australis)
Learn about New Zealand's involvement in World War 1 in this short video.
Explore this digital re-creation of Anzac Cove, accompanied by historic images of the cove itself.
In this video series, follow the experiences of a young New Zealand soldier during the Gallipoli campaign.
In this video, our curator, Nina Finigan talks about her favourite object - a letter written by suffragette Kate Sheppard.
Made from thousands of colourful bird feathers, these eye-catching Hawaiian cloaks are treasured by staff.
How do you make a digital butterfly garden? In this video, learn how digital experts tackled this tricky task.
Check out this 3D model of Hawksbill Sea Turtle (eretmochelys imbricata) from the Museum’s handling collection.
A 3D model of the skeleton of the extinct bird, Little Bush Moa (Anomalopteryx didiformis).
A collection of audio files that accompany the Kete Wānanga: Moana Boop Box
Learn more about the diet, evolution and bathroom habits of the world's largest animal.
Watch a video fly through of the Daisy Patch from the Battle of Krithia in Gallipoli
Six short films of student poets capture their responses to World War I.
This short video gives a break down of New Zealand's volcanic history.