Would you like to learn how to use the NatureWatch NZ citizen science website and help document New Zealand’s biodiversity? Science Curator Leon Perrie will take you through how
NatureWatch NZ where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature watchers and learn about the natural world.
Avoid the crowds and take your time to view this amazing exhibition. The event is for members only, but on this occasion you can bring a friend with you.
Hear Kate’s first impressions of Te Papa, including images from her travels behind the scenes.
Join us at a reception at the Australian High Commission to celebrate the opening of the exhibition Gallipoli: The scale of our war…
Upper Cuba Street is the destination for this tour to see exhibitions by John Reynolds, Wayne Youle and others.
The tradition of granting lodgings in the Louvre to favoured artists and craftsmen dated back to the reign of Henri IV and continued until Napoleon evicted the last occupants in 1805.
In 1759 the imperial dress regulations were codified outlining in strict detail who could wear what and when. A person’s place in the hierarchy of the court or civic life could be established by the colour, quality of workmanship, materials and embellishments to standardised garments.
Learn more about Te Papa from the inside. As a Friend, you’ll enjoy exclusive exhibition previews, discounts, special events, and more.Find out how to join