What's happening at Waitangi.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds has a year-round calendar of cultural performances, public events and displays of the nation’s most important historical treasures.
We regularly welcome new exhibitions to the museum’s temporary gallery so there is always something new to see, even for frequent visitors.
See here for our current June-August Events Programme.
As we approach the Māori New Year learn about the traditional Māori lunar calendar: Maramataka. Heeni Hoterene, a Maramataka expert will be hosting a free one-hour introductory workshop in the theatre at Waitangi Treaty Grounds on July 15 at 6 pm. Bookings are essential. Limited seating available – email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Tatau Pounamu: unpacking the tākoha of Waitangi
Extended to 2021
This exhibition is based on Waitangi’s long, and often unseen, collecting history. Curated by one of our very own passionate staff members Ella Weehuizen, it is inspired by Lord Bledisloe’s speech at the first Waitangi celebration here at the Treaty Grounds. Come and Visit.