Albert Park, Auckland

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Nature / Park
Elegant gardens await you at Albert Park, an oasis in downtown Auckland. This park features palm trees, a Victorian fountain, artistic statues, and a floral clock--plus a collection of local and international plants from across the globe, like the Argentinian ombu tree. Meander down the site's paths, view the vibrant flowers, and admire the beautifully designed green space in the heart of the city. Visit the art gallery and gardens tucked in at one corner, or stop by the small museum of memorabilia housed in the original park-keeper's cottage. Use our Auckland tour planner to visit Albert Park on your trip to Auckland, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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TripAdvisor
  • Small but beautiful, feels further from the city than it is. I live rural, so it was a welcome sight to see some big beautiful trees in the middle of the city. Nice place for a walk or a sit. Wasn't t...  more »
  • This park is a must see if you are going to the Auckland Art Museum, it leads you right up to the museum and is absolutely stunning. Its fairly small for a city park but everything is well kept and th...  more »
  • Albert Park is a lovely park in central Auckland that is opposite the University of Auckland, NZ's number one university. It is a lovely place to lunch at and enjoy community events that are held here...  more »
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  • Albert Park is a great place to chill on a sunny day. Its one of the biggest grassed areas in the CBD itself, and its so relaxing to sit by the fountain & watch the world go by. You can also find a lot of history in the park, in the way of statues/displays with plaques explaining their significance. Yes, there are public conveniences within the park. The numerous entrances/exits to the park help to make your next destination seem just a little closer to get to =)
  • This park it has a fantastic view of the sky tower. It's always so clean and you really feel the fresh air everywhere. You can go any time alone or with friends to take a break. Be seated In a bench and relax.
  • Across from the art gallery and library, this park is fantastic to go and relax in. There's plenty of fields to play games, or benches to rest on, while you watch majestic structures and statues. I particularly loved the water fountain.
  • A lovely park to stroll through. If you have kids there are some fab trees for climbing. Only disappointment is the big plant clock which never seems to be working (I assume this is due to prats who keep damaging it).
  • Sweet park to just hangout. An amazing gazebo in the middle surrounded by curling and twisting trees.