Tamaki Paenga Hira or the Auckland War Museum is one of the most popular museums in the area. Everyone who has a keen interest in the history of the New Zealanders visits this museum and explores its collection of over 4.5 million objects.
It’s the place for the people who have no graves
During World War I, 18,166 New Zealanders had to sacrifice their lives, and over a third of this crowd had no graves. The Auckland War Museum is for those who needed to be remembered with due respect.
What’s there in the museum?
There are many photographs and objects here revealing the stories of the First World War. These objects have been given different names according to their backup stories.
The basement of the museum is special
Visitors get the chance to explore the basement of the museum for one hour via a special guided tour. You find many interesting treasures here, but you are not allowed to photograph anything.
Coming to the museum
If you have already made plans to stay at one of the best hotels in Auckland the likes of Avani Auckland Metropolis Residences, this museum is within very easy access. So, don’t miss out on this rare chance!