Two new self-guided walking tours on the AKL City Tours app encourage people to learn more about Tāmaki Makaurau’s history.
A piece of the Whau’s history has been salvaged following the restoration of a gravestone in St Ninians Cemetery in Avondale.
Discover the people and stories of the Saltwater Realm at Waitui Ātea: Saltwater Realm.
The earliest New Zealand land weather records and a 1900s photographic collection have been recognised as being of national significance.
Explore some of the Auckland Heritage Festival highlights for kids and families.
Come along and see a 300-year-old copy of Robinson Crusoe at Auckland Council's Central City Library.
An exhibition from the British Museum’s world-renowned collection from the Ancient Greek world.
Experience a day at Howick Historical Village learning how to prepare for winter in the 1840s.
Dual Motion presents An Unlikely Pair - An exploration of the repertoire for flute and clarinet.
The return of the Auckland Town Hall Tours, offering a remarkable experience of the historic building.
Pianist Gemma Lee concludes our Autumn series with a programme for solo piano
A photographic exhibition that showcases photographers with local ties to the Papakura region.
This free talk will examine the reasons for the contraction of passenger rail.
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.