• Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

    Exhibition/whakaaturanga

    The Creative Gene – Heather Van Wyk and Raymond Crafts

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

    Exhibition/whakaaturanga

    We Can’t Stop Now – Gisborne Printmakers’ Group 1976-2021

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

    Exhibition/whakaaturanga

    Tū te Whaihanga: a recognition of creative genius

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

    Exhibition/whakaaturanga

    Watersheds | Ngā Wai Pupū

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

    Exhibition/whakaaturanga

    The Star of Canada

  • Taku pōhiri e rere atu rā
    Nau mai e hika mā ki tēnei te paetukutuku a Te Whare Taonga o Te Tairāwhiti
    Nau mai, haere mai rā

     

    Welcome to Tairāwhiti Museum and Art Gallery

    Exhibition/whakaaturanga

    Jack C Richards Decorative Arts Gallery

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Tairāwhiti Museum is a 5-minute walk from the CBD, across Peel Street Bridge and through Kelvin Park.  There is free parking on Stout Street.

Covid-19: Level 2

The Museum is open at Level 2.  To help keep our community safe you will need to:

  • Wear a face covering.
  • Use the NZ Covid Tracer app or sign-in in the manual register.
  • Keep 2 metres from other visitors who aren’t in your bubble.

From 3 December 2021 presentation of a valid My Vaccine Pass will be a condition of entry for everyone aged 12 and over. For more information click here.

Opening Hours

  • Monday – Saturday 10am – 4pm
  • Sunday and Public Holidays 1:30pm – 4:00pm
  • Closed – Easter Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day

Admission

  • Adults $5 (12 years and under and Friends of the Museum free entry)
  • Free entry every day for local residents!

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  • Monday – Friday 9am to 2.00pm, closed weekends

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