Vehicle access: Our vehicle entrance will be reduced to one lane from 25 July until the end of November 2022, due to the construction of a new set of traffic lights outside Te Papa.
Info about vehicle access to Te Papa 25 Jul – Nov 2022

Visual guide to planning your visit Mahere i tō haerenga

Here’s what you need to know before you visit Te Papa – from opening hours to car parking.

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Anei ngā mea me matua mōhio koe i mua i tō haerenga mai ki Te Papa – mai i ngā haora tuwhera ki ngā tūnga waka.

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Getting to Te Papa

Te Papa is at 55 Cable Street, on Wellington’s waterfront.

There are many ways to get to Te Papa.

  • Walk: It’s easy to walk from the city centre to the museum.
  • Bus: Most buses stop along Courtenay Place and Willis Street. Te Papa is just a few minutes’ walk away.
  • Train: It takes 20 minutes to walk along the waterfront from the station to Te Papa.
  • Bikes, scooters, and skateboards: You can park your bike, scooter, or skateboards at our racks near our main entrance. We loan out...
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Te haeretanga ki Te Papa

Kei 55 Cable Street a Te Papa, kei te ara moana o Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

Arā noa ngā ara ki Te Papa.

  • Mā raro: he māmā noa te hīkoi mai ki te whare taonga mai i te puku o te tāone.
  • Pahi: Ka tū haere te nuinga o ngā pahi i Courtenay Place me Willis Street. Poto kau iho te hīkoitanga atu ki Te Papa.
  • Tereina: Ka 20 meneti te hīkoitanga mai ki Te Papa mai i te aramoana, mai i te tauranga tereina.

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