The Auckland War Memorial Museum serves customers in the Auckland Region and are in the Museums & Galleries category. We welcome your enquiry.
A great day out, with the my museum card you can get in for free. Heaps of parking, though does fill up fast. Exhibitions great for the whole family, and running around in the grass is a great way to let of steam for the little ones!
My favourite Museum in the whole of NZ. Went and saw the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit and was blown away. Free entry if you are an Auckland resident, which is awesome. Parking can be a bit tough on the weekends, so go during a week day if you can. Love this place so much
So much to see, free entry if you are an auckland resident. Lots of parking, and plenty of ground on the outside for kids to run around and play. There is also paid parking onsite (as well as free parking) and a cute little cafe that makes nice coffee.
The museum is nice but I just feel as though the exhibits are always the same. The last time I visited the museum was about 3 years ago and nothing has changed, except that they have removed the really cool little village that used to be on the top level. That was a shame. A great place for young families, I just wish it would be updated more often
Very good place to visit on a rainy day. Very interesting exhibits, which change every now and then. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Parking is usually better on the weekday, but not impossible on the weekends.
Always a good day out.
Staff are professional, friendly and helpful. . I live the building with its mix of new amd old.
Just enjoyed the annual free maths craft activities in the fabulous event room with it 360 degree views of auckland. And we were amazed at the wildlife photography display..
Loads of parking around this area, but still sometimes hard to find a carpark. So much history in the museum, I bring my children here to learn about the battles and other things that this country has endured. The food here in the cafe is really expensive, but I like the coffees.
We had a great time here, it was very educational and emotional, the sounds that are on audio really capture the emotion of what it could have possibly felt like.
Absolutely enjoyed the experience, and had our children with us too.
I liked the museum and a bit of walking to do and still like how I remember it in Intermediate and has the voice recordings of men in the war in pain and also trying to survive and are in fear, which causes them to cry and want someone to save them. I think parking can be hard and also the food prices can be a bit steep me and my mates went to MacDonald as it was worth going there then buying at the cafe.
was pressured by a very rude cashier to donate when we went in, there was also without a lie 100s and 100s of school children being so unbelievably and unreasonably loud and shoving my 7 year old daughter out of the way that we asked the assistant would they step in and ask them to quieten down and they just shrugged and said no so we left.
I had no idea how great this museum was. Free for NZers. I could have spent a few days just looking at everything. Well curated and lots for the kids to see too. Nearby there is also the atrium full of exotic plants which is well worth a visit too.
It has a great history of the Maori people and the history of the first and second world war. It is free for Auckland residents but other tourists will have to pay to go in. There are
three floors, the top floor has all the names of soldiers who died in war, and every name on it is a real person, which makes us think about what the consequences of war is.
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