Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland
(4.4/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
See the country's most extensive collection of national and international art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland's major public art gallery. The venue hosts international traveling exhibits as well as displaying parts of its extensive collections, including pieces by New Zealand's historical, modern, and contemporary artists, as well as works by Māori and Pacific Island artists. The onsite E.H. McCormick Research Library has over 3,500 files on New Zealand artists and is open to the public. Inquire about programming for children, talks, and special tours. To visit Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki on your holiday in Auckland, and find out what else Auckland has to offer, use our Auckland trip itinerary builder.
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  • The portraits by Lindauer painted a century ago are stunning! Lindauer brings a dignity and an almost photographic studio portrait quality to these noble leaders. Compare the early glass photo images ...  more »
  • The highlight of this free gallery are the portraits of leaders and Maori chiefs painted between the end of the 18th century and early 19th century.
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  • We hadn't been to this gallery since the new extension and were impressed. Together with the older building lots of lovely spaces, including the Victorian gallery where Auckland's first public library...  more »
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  • Love this place. The gallery building itself is beautiful. They have a great selection of local and native art, as well as international pieces. And the best part is it's free for locals. Check it out!
  • While the collection of the museum might not be so impressive compared to its European counterparts, its state-of-art architectural design and the effort to make the gallery interesting deserves a 5-star rating. Plus it has a great cafe a free wifi.
  • Wonderful public art gallery with special galleries that require you to purchase tickets. Check the website for free gallery tour times; the guides are volunteer docents who love art and having people to talk to art with. Also check out the gift shop, if only for the cheeky shopping bags.
  • Building is historic with some nice modern features. Free to go to, with the occasional pay to see exhibition. Good art work on display
  • Beautifully restored historic building with some modern rap around architecture. Good variety of exhibits. Me, I like the experimental unusually ones.