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Woven Histories: Live Children's Story Telling

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New Zealand Maritime Museum

Corner Quay and Hobson streets, Viaduct Harbour

Auckland, Auckland 1140

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Taniwha, volcanoes and stranded whales - all in the Manukau Harbour!

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July Holiday Programme

Bring your family to the Maritime Museum these holidays to hear the story of the Manukau Harbour in this live storybook show with the Wise Bird of the Waitakere. Plus get creative and make a take-home craft to remind you of our woven histories with te moana (the ocean).

  • Recommended for ages 4 - 10 years.
  • Monday 6th - Friday 17th July (Weekdays only)
  • 10.30am, 11.15am & 12.30pm
  • New Zealand Maritime Museum
  • $10 per family (up to 5 people)

Auckland’s rugged and beautiful Manukau Harbour has a rich history. The uniquely handcrafted mural inside this book tells stories about taniwha, timber, a sinking ship, plus settler, a sharp-tooth shark and a volcano too!

Created by Handmade Histories design artist, researcher and writer Mary Kelleher. This large, interactive storybook mural is created from fabric and historical memorabilia to tell the many stories that are woven in the Manukau harbour’s history.

Museum entry FREE for Auckland region residents. Open daily from 10am.

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New Zealand Maritime Museum

Corner Quay and Hobson streets, Viaduct Harbour

Auckland, Auckland 1140

New Zealand

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