Here are 13 ideas for fun things to do in Auckland that (mostly) don't involve being outside in the rain.
Art out west from some of New Zealand's best in the restored Lopdell Precinct in Titirangi.
Wander among tropical and temperate plant species in the heritage greenhouses, built just after the First World War.
Te Toi Uku houses a large collection of Crown Lynn Pottery, as well as ceramics machinery and work by New Zealand artists.
Kumeū Arts Centre offers classes, untutored groups, events, workshops, festival and exhibitions.
Ngā Tohu o Uenuku presents the diversity of arts, crafts and cultural activities that underpin the unique character of Māngere.
World-class collections of Māori and Pacific Island art, and international paintings, sculptures and prints ranging from the 11th century to the present day.
A contemporary art gallery in Pakuranga that presents exhibitions and projects by New Zealand and international artists.
Must see: Kalisolaite 'Uhila: Pigs in the Yard II
Home to exhibition galleries, a cafe, gallery shop, and artist’s studios.
Home to an exciting array of contemporary works, Fresh Gallery Ōtara is a partnership between the Ōtara community and Auckland Council.
Bringing the best of New Zealand art to the island while offering the best of Waiheke art to the world.
Find out how the first Pacific voyagers navigated to Aotearoa, meet some modern maritime heroes, and discover New Zealand's seagoing history.
Check out At the Water's Edge, showcasing work by students from University of Auckland.
New Zealand's largest transport, technology and social history museum.