EN
Languages
USD
Top currencies
All currencies
Help
Within the United States +1-833-896-0077 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +86 21 3210 4669 English: 24/7
App
Download the App for Free

Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum

4.5/591 Reviews
Museum
Closed Now, Reopens today 10:00-17:00(Local Time)
Corner of Quay and, Hobson St, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland 1140, New Zealand
View on Map

About Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum

The noise of the noon canon means it's time to set sail. Visitors of the Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum can set sail on daily cruises at this time, or learn about early sea voyages, maritime navigation and participate in interactive exhibits. It's 1000 years of seafaring history.

show less

Reviews

Write a Review
  • 行程的会员
    5.0

    New Zealand's National Maritime Museum is well worth visiting. It's about ten minutes'walk from the Sky Tower in Auckland. It's easy to get to the port. The Maritime Museum is situated next to the Hilton Hotel on the beach. There are very tall boats in front of it. It takes about an hour and a half to visit the museum. Museum exhibition is very comprehensive, there are model boats, the original ship which has won the world championship, there are many ship models, there are all kinds of scenes in the production of shipping, as well as all kinds of ancient and modern ships parked outdoors specially for visits and so on. Visit is free, you can donate money yourself, take children to visit will open your eyes. At noon, staff will ring the bell and fire salute guns. The sound of salute guns is very loud. Children will cover their ears and jump happily. The entrance corridor also has small sand pits and sand digging tools for children to play with. It's very thoughtful! There is a souvenir shop at the entrance of the museum. The goods are very rich. There are many boat assembly models that children like to play with, and various marine souvenirs, etc. It's very good! _______

    Show All
    5
    Reviewed on 1457421614000
  • 旅游交友
    5.0

    On the side of the wharf, you can see a big boat hanging high in the doorway. This is the Maritime Museum. There is also a mailbox at the door, which can send letters or postcards. Postcards about the Maritime Museum are sold at the exit of the museum. They can be sent back to China. It's convenient. There are stamps for sale.

    Show All
    2
    Reviewed on 1506526200000
  • milkway8277
    5.0

    Walking from Queen Street is a boat-like building, divided into two floors of exhibition hall, from ancient times to today, there are many boats on display, two are physical boats, one or two hours can go through.

    Show All
    2
    Reviewed on 1519866467000
  • 西西在nz
    5.0

    The museum is a gift shop, free of charge. Tickets are required for admission to the museum. Adults are 15 NZ, seniors/students are 12 NZ, children (5-14 years old and under 4 years old) are 7 NZ, and family portfolio is 30 NZ. It introduces New Zealand's Maori culture, marine life, ship navigation and other history. It looks very small outside the library, but it is very big after actually entering. It is rich in content. It is suggested that you have the opportunity to learn about it.

    Show All
    0
    Reviewed on 1414664823000
  • 子龙糖糖
    5.0

    Auckland is New Zealand's economic, cultural, political, shipping and tourism center, as well as New Zealand's largest port city, and also one of the most developed cities in the world. Because of its developed economy, pleasant environment, high standard of life and charming scenery, Auckland has been rated as one of the most livable cities in the world for many years, located at 37 degrees south latitude of the South Pacific Ocean. It is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

    Show All
    2
    Reviewed on 1522532681000
  • 河糖月色
    5.0

    Tickets are required here, and the price is very expensive. Visiting the museum can understand the history of navigation. It is very suitable to bring children to a museum with a very novel theme. Not too many visitors come.

    Show All
    2
    Reviewed on 1501919063000
  • christine2018
    5.0

    In New Zealand, it's worth visiting the National Maritime Museum of New Zealand and introducing a lot of vessels and construction. There's also a free warm and humid park beside it for everyone to enjoy a cup of coffee for rest and leisure.

    Show All
    2
    Reviewed on 1476146568000
  • Monkeyo
    5.0

    New Zealand's National Maritime Museum is one of the best maritime museums in the world. It has a variety of exotic models, boats and exhibits of original size. The admission tickets are a little expensive. The museum is located in the viaduct harbor with a modern appearance. It's worth seeing for people interested in maritime affairs.

    Show All
    2
    Reviewed on 1478962018000
  • 雷震宇
    5.0

    How beautiful, blue sky and white clouds, the air is very good! Especially suitable for people to live in! What a place to yearn for!

    Show All
    0
    Reviewed on 1440124204000
  • 佛宝宝
    5.0

    The museum is not a big one. It mainly talks about the history of New Zealand's voyage. It feels a little expensive to get 20 New Zealand tickets. You can also buy a package that includes an hour's harbour cruise, which feels worthwhile. There is a good ice-cream shop nearby, recommending ice-cream sandwiches. I prefer the taste of rum raisins.

    Show All
    0
    Reviewed on 1495759033000
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 10
English (United States)
Languages
$USD
Top currencies
All currencies