Shadows of Shoah
19 JUNE 2014 - 31 JULY 2014
Shadows of Shoah is an artistic educational project, communicating the gravity and significance of the Holocaust in a unique way.
For Us They Fell: Your museum needs you!
Help us uncover the stories of the men and women of the Waikato during World War 1 for our major exhibition opening in April 2015.
E Nga Uri Whakatupu
29 JUNE 2014 - 28 JULY 2015
Weaving Legacies: Dame Rangimarie Hetet and Diggeress Te Kanawa An exhibition featuring traditional Maaori kaakahu (cloaks) and weaving from five generations of one family.
School visits to Waikato Museum
Our education programmes offer a curriculum-based, dynamic, outcome-oriented learning experience for students of all ages.
Our exhibitions tell the stories of our arts, history, culture and science. Waikato Museum's 12 galleries feature long and short-term shows to delight and inspire.
Our engaging visitor experiences bring the museum to life. Join us for art, craft and music or take a tour.
We have more than 38,000 objects in our collections and you can now view many of these items online.
Wall Leaf Perforated - Turquoise
A beautiful, decorative ceramic wall hanging.
52 artworks nominated as finalists by judge Simon Rees will make up the 2014 National Contemporary Art Award exhibition. Find out more.
Whether it is an exclusive invite-only soiree, or a product launch with beer and nibbles, we can work with you to create a long-lasting impression. Find out more.
- At Garden Place with proud Hamiltonian and “World’s biggest Bob Dylan fan” Rivers, playing at the Museum 3 Aug http://t.co/k2To3VcrVf
- Have you seen p.3 of The @waikatotimes today? Feat Rivers, of duo Mimi and Rivers, playing a free show here on 3 Aug http://t.co/SoDHLWMjaf
- Opening in two days in the Trust Waikato Gallery! State of Health... http://t.co/H5IDNfwgCk #exciting http://t.co/DKm5IiM6CI
Charges apply to some exhibitions and activities.
Open 10am - 4.30pm daily
Closed Christmas Day