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Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki is New Zealand’s most compelling visual arts experience. Enter between majestic kauri (native tree) columns to explore four floors of exhibitions, seven centuries of art and one of Auckland’s most iconic buildings...more
All reviews maori portraits albert park new zealand beautiful building special exhibition on display free admission worth a visit great collection great cafe rainy day few hours couple of hours great place to visit queen street exhibits goldie
Very modern and lovely gallery with lots to see and do for the whole family.
The kids loved the creative learning centre which kept them busy and entertained.
The Maori Portrait exhibition was amazing - a must see.
The $20 per adult entry fee (for...More
We viewed the outside of the new extension, which is a beautiful wooden canopy & glass box design. Good shop, especially for books. We opted out of going round the gallery because we couldn’t justify the $20 pp entry fee for non NZ residents, when...More
An engaging gallery providing an eclectic mix of modern, Maori and contemporary New Zealand art, alongside a limited international collection. Not too overwhelming - a couple of hours is enough to visit all of the galleries.
We only had a limited time to explore the gallery and the cost inclusive tour by the very well informed guide was the ideal way to see this wonderful gallery. The linkage of the modern extension with the old refurbished original and the adjoining park...More
The Auckland Art Gallery had some interesting stuff. There was a lot of installation art, and that isn't really my cup of tea. If that's your thing you'll probably really like this one.
There is a cafe, but the service was really slow and the...More
There seemed to be more staff than patrons in the Gallery, so the fact that staff in every room told me to take my (small) leather handbag off my back was highly irritating. Especially as they were generally looking at their phones prior to telling...More