Share your collections online

Find a bigger audience. Join NZMuseums and share your collections with special-interest groups.

Find a bigger audience by sharing your collection items online. Once you have an account with NZMuseums, you can share your collections on the NZMuseums website, and the other collection sites that are connected with it.

Sign up with NZMuseums

Why join?

There are a number of reasons to sign up with NZMuseums. Once you have an account you can:

  • promote your collections – free for up to 200 images
  • improve your web presence, including event promotion
  • get started with digital collection management (optional)
  • contribute to other sites via NZMuseum’s integration with DigitalNZ (optional)
  • share knowledge via NZMuseum’s blog
  • increase standards consistency across the museum sector.

Read more and sign up with NZMuseums

Reach online communities

Once you’ve shared your collections, it’s even easier to engage with integrated special-interest communities online.

All That Remains: WWI objects from New Zealand museum collections

All That Remains: WWI objects from New Zealand museum collections | He Waihotanga Iho mai i te Pakanga Tuatahi offers a platform for museums, galleries, historical societies, archives, iwi, and Returned and Services’ Associations to participate in WWI centenary commemorations and showcase their WWI-related collections, stories, and activities to the world.

Participate in All That Remains

Kiwi Chicks: New Zealand Girl History

Kiwi Chicks: New Zealand Girl History | Ngā Kōhine Kiwi: He Hitori Taitamāhine o Aotearoa explores girlhood in New Zealand during the 18th–20th centuries. It is co-produced by Girl Museum and National Services Te Paerangi.

Participate in Kiwi Chicks