Waitangi welcomes you on a journey of discovery through Aotearoa New Zealand's most important historic site.
E pōwhiri ana a Waitangi i a koe i tō ara tūhurahura i tēnei ape hītori tino tira rawa o Aotearoa.
Explore the two new contemporary museums, Te Rau Aroha Museum of the Price of Citizenship and Te Kōngahu Museum of Waitangi, the carving studio, Treaty House, Te Whare Rūnanga, and traditional Māori waka taua (war canoes). Visitors can also enjoy a full program of tours and cultural performances.
Often called the 'Birthplace of the Nation', Waitangi weaves together the strands and stories of many people, events and places to reveal the rich cultural history of Aotearoa New Zealand, offering an inspiring and meaningful experience for every visitor.
Kīia ai a Waitangi te 'Wāhi i whānau ai tō tātou Whenua', ā, ka raranga tahi i ngā aho me ngā kōrero o ngā iwi, ngā mahi me ngā wāhi nunui hei whakaatu i te hītori ahurea rētō o Aotearoa, me te aha ka tuku i te wheako whakamanawa, whaitake hoki ki ngā manuhiri katoa.