Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is New Zealand’s largest and most inspiring visual arts experience.
Enter between majestic kauri columns to explore four floors of exhibitions, many centuries of art and one of Auckland's most iconic buildings. Visit us and discover some of the best in New Zealand and international art right in the heart of Auckland city.
Open daily from 10am–5pm, except Christmas Day.
Pricing and admission
Charges may apply to special exhibitions.
Free tours are offered at 11.30am and 1.30pm daily. From Thursday 13 April 2017 we will also be offering paid tours in Mandarin Chinese. Visit the Tours page for more information.
All galleries and facilities are wheelchair accessible. Assistance dogs are welcome.
PO Box 5449
Aotearoa New Zealand
Infoline +64 9 379 1349
Front desk +64 9 307 7700
Auckland Art Gallery is centrally located in Auckland city centre and is easily accessible by a variety of transport options.
Cnr Kitchener and Wellesley Streets
Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand
View Google Map
Bus, train and ferry
Find us just off Queen Street in Auckland's CBD – we’re a quick 15-minute walk from Britomart Transport Centre and the Ferry Building.
Ride up Queen Street on the City LINK bus or jump on the Outer LINK bus to travel to the Gallery along Wellesley Street. Visit the Auckland Transport website for more information.
You'll find bike racks directly opposite the Gallery's main entrance on Kitchener Street.
Hop on and off the Auckland Explorer bus, which stops at the nearby Civic Theatre every 30 minutes.
We recommend Auckland Transport's Victoria Street East car park.
Gallery visitors receive one hour's free parking at Auckland Transport's Victoria Street carpark when visiting on weekends or after 6pm (helpful when we're open for special events after hours). Simply validate your parking ticket at our information desk before you leave.
A mobility parking bay is located on Kitchener Street and disabled parking is also available at the car park mentioned above.
Taxis can pick up and drop off from the loading bays on Kitchener Street.