Voyager New Zealand Maritime MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Corner Quay and Hobson Streets, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +64-93730800
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum - Review
The Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum has the largest marine collection in New Zealand. Spread over 7 galleries, visitors find out everything about New Zealand’s maritime, right from how the first Polynesian people made the migration to Aotearoa to the early European exploration and settlement of New Zealand to New Zealand’s modern-day yachting success. One can also experience Waitemata Harbour by sailing onboard a heritage vessel.
Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum Ticket Prices
Museum Entry & Heritage Sailing:
- Adults: $25.00
- Seniors/Students: $20.00
- Children: $12.00
- Family Pass: $50.00
Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum Hours
- Last entry at 4:00 pm.
How To reach Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum by Public Transport
- Britomart Railway Station
- 1 Lower Albert Street Bus Stop
- Ferry Terminal Pier 4
Restaurants Near Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum
- The Crew Club
- Pride and Joy Ice Cream
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45.79% of people who visit Auckland include Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum in their plan
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Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum, Auckland Reviews
This is a great museum to learn about the history of New Zealand and the Pacific. If you live in Auckland it is free to get in. A small collection of heritage boats which some can take you on Harbour tours for an extra fee. This is good for visitors, locals, adults and kids. It is also central and easy to get to via public transport. Being in the viaduct there is a great range of places to eat before and after.
this is amazing, you must see in Auckland, The museum has different types of boats built by Maori and other tribe. it is constantly evolving. every holidays they have great activities for the kids. this is super educational.
Awesome, must see place if you ever visit the city. Absolutely loved the interactive stations and the every modeled ship had such a high quality, authentic look to them.
It was really good experience for kids to take the sailing boat. Friendly sailors encouraged my daughter who was new to the water.
Tons of great stuff to see here -- even if you aren't super-passionate about boats. My favorite part: the moving boat cabin that really puts you into the shoes of NZ's early migrants.