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Hīkoi to Britomart

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  • General admission: $28.62 ea ($25.00 + $3.62 fees)
  • Members price: $25.56 ea ($22.50 + $3.06 fees)
  • Students Go Free: $0.00 ea ($0.00)
  • Children 12 and under : $0.00 ea ($0.00)
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All Ages

Whakarongo mai!

Grab your walking shoes and join one of our kaiārahi/tour guides to explore significant Māori public artworks in the heart of Tāmaki Makaurau. Discover a number of these artworks, along with four new commissions at Britomart, installed as a satellite to the exhibition, Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art.

Meet your kaiārahi at the Gallery's information desk and explore multiple art installations over the one-kilometre hīkoi to Takutai Square, in the centre of Britomart’s bar and restaurant precinct. Manaakitanga/caring for our visitors is an important value to us, so make sure you bring sunblock and an umbrella! Headsets will be provided for ease of hearing.

Tickets are limited for each session. Bookings outside of the standard tour times are available via special request and for groups of six or more only. To request a special booking, please email gallerytours@aucklandartgallery.com

Adult: $25 (plus service fees)
Gallery Members: $22.50 (plus service fees)
12 and under: Free (registration required)

Image credit:
Shane Cotton, Maunga
Fred Graham, Kaitiaki II
Shane Cotton, Maunga, photography by Russ Flatt
Lyonel Grant and Tim Gruchy, SCOUT: Wawata Hōhonu
Charlotte Graham, Te Hau Whakaora (the healing winds)
Lonnie Hutchinson, Aroha ki te Ora

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