Voyager New Zealand Maritime MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- 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 Opening and Closing 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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Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum, Auckland Reviews
Much bigger than it appears. It has buildings that extend down the wharf. If you go through everything plan on spending a few hours. I especially liked the info on the Lighthouses, but there is information for all different seafaring aspects of history for the area. Worth while to bring your kids too. Great family experience.
Really enjoyed our visit here. Lots to see and really got a feel for the different eras of sailing. The best part was the floating cabin where you could experience what it would have been like to travel third class from Europe to NZ, minus the health hazards :)
Free entry for Auckland residents. A very interesting place with lots of knowledge about the sea and ships related stuff like aspects within the ship, lighthouses, fishing, voyages, ship captains, sailing, etc. Also there is a small ship simulator which I found it fun. Also, it has a small room with beds in the ship and cabins. They have plenty of beautiful ship models. Also gud info about the Maori's way of travelling on water and fishing. Definitely, this place needs to checked out.
Fantastic day out. We did the museum which was very well thought out and beautifully presented. We then headed for a sail on one of their 3 boat options: The Ted Ashby. The crew, all volunteers, were very professional and knowledgeable. Made for a fantastic sail
So much to see and interact with. I loved listening to the stories about lighthouses in my comfy chair. I could have spent hours just in that room. My husband and I left after more than a couple of hours so wishing we'd had more energy to keep going! We would definitely return if we ever have the opportunity.
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