Exhibition now closed1 December 2008 – 21 November 2010
This exhibition brings to the surface some mysterious and unique coral specimens from the New Zealand region.
Exhibition now closed17 October 2001 – 13 April 2008
How New Zealand has developed its distinctive visual and material culture.
Exhibition now closed14 February 1998 – June 2007
A celebration of Pacific people and their cultures both in the Pacific islands and New Zealand.
Exhibition now closed14 February 1998 – 23 April 2007
An entertaining take on the history and culture of New Zealand’s sheep farming, shearing, and wool industry.
Exhibition now closed14 February 1998 – 13 January 2008
The Time Warp is an interactive and entertaining highlight at Te Papa. Take rides into New Zealand’s past or future, and experience the thrill of a virtual bungy jump and other classic Kiwi outdoor activities.
Exhibition now closedLong-term exhibition, closed 27 January 2013
Toi Te Papa Art of the Nation showcased more than 300 impressive artworks – both historical and contemporary – from Te Papa’s collections. Experience the richness and diversity of New Zealand’s artistic heritage.
Exhibition now closedLong-term exhibition
It took 7 days to write, 7 months to sign, 170 years to debate ... and counting. TREATY 2U is a unique exhibition that tells the story of New Zealand’s founding document.
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