Heritage

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Heritage 29 Sep 2015

Peace tree honours the past

A memorial tree has been planted at Arlene Shultz Park, Manurewa, to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.

Beaches 29 Sep 2015

Putting Piha on the radar

During the Second World War, Piha was the site of a radar station critical to New Zealand’s defence.

Heritage 29 Sep 2015

History on Pedestal Lane

Manurewa Local Board has commemorated a local connection to the Second World War by renaming the eastern section of Peguero Place ‘Pedestal Lane’.

Community 29 Sep 2015

Fort Takapuna barracks restored

Two very special heritage buildings are now restored and will soon be available for the community to enjoy.

Cultural 29 Sep 2015

First World War Heritage Trail

Auckland’s First World War Heritage Trail highlights 56 sites, from Wellsford to Waiuku.

Community 29 Sep 2015

Interview with Johnnie Freeland

Johnnie Freeland, Manager of Te Waka Angamua, explains more about the department’s role and some of the projects and events it has been involved in recently.

Events16 Results

10 Jun 2022 - 23 Oct 2022

Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes

An exhibition from the British Museum’s world-renowned collection from the Ancient Greek world.

12 Jun 2022

Preparing for a Victorian Winter | Live Day

Experience a day at Howick Historical Village learning how to prepare for winter in the 1840s.

16 Jun 2022

Thursday Heritage Concert Series: An Unlikely Pair

Dual Motion presents An Unlikely Pair - An exploration of the repertoire for flute and clarinet.

19 Jun 2022 - 11 Dec 2022

Auckland Town Hall Tours

The return of the Auckland Town Hall Tours, offering a remarkable experience of the historic building.

30 Jun 2022

Thursday Heritage Concert Series: Mon Plaisir

Pianist Gemma Lee concludes our Autumn series with a programme for solo piano

01 Jul 2022 - 13 Aug 2022

Lens on Papakura District

A photographic exhibition that showcases photographers with local ties to the Papakura region.

06 Jul 2022

New Zealand’s Shrinking Passenger Railway Network: Slow Decline or Hope for the Future?

This free talk will examine the reasons for the contraction of passenger rail.

02 Oct 2022

Flour to Towers – Josiah Clifton Firth with Lisa Truttman

This talk is about Josiah Clifton Firth and his businesses, which were an integral part of Auckland's economy in the second half of the 19th century.