Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

Auckland Art Gallery

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Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is New Zealand's largest and most inspiring visual arts experience.


Corner Kitchener and Wellesley Kitchener Streets, Auckland CBD
+64 9 307 7700

Open daily 10am — 5pm
Closed Christmas Day


See below for information about getting to Auckland Art Gallery. If you are looking for general advice on travelling within and to Auckland, visit  Auckland Transport

Bus StopSeveral bus stops surround the Gallery – the closest is the Outer Link bus stops on Wellesley St East, outside AUT University directly opposite the Gallery

Other nearby bus stops can be found along Queen Street and on Symonds Street, which include buses 220-224, 233, 243, 249, 258, 267, as well as more stops at and around Britomart Transport Centre

parkingClosest pay and display parking can be found along Kitchener Street or consider parking at Auckland Transport's Victoria Street East car park.

Atrium Carpark has a special $5 car parking offer for Auckland Arts Festival patrons for entry after 5pm. Available until Sunday 29 March. Book online in advance here and use the promo code ARTS20 and follow the instructions.

parkingThere are two on-street mobility carparks directly across the road from the Gallery at 2 Kitchener Street. Victoria Street East car park building also has six mobility parks, found on Level 2. 

TaxiClosest taxi rank is on Queen Street, although our Gallery Assistants will happily call a taxi for you from outside the main Gallery  entrance, if needed.

Train Icon 113x113Closest train station is Britomart Transport Centre, 1.2km away

Multiple levels
There are five levels with lifts to take you to each

All galleries and facilities are wheelchair accessible. Very occasionally there may be artwork installations or temporary changes to Gallery wayfinding that don't accommodate wheelchair access. If you are unsure, please check our website or ask a Gallery Assistant

ToiletsThere are wheelchair accessible toilets on all five floors of the Gallery

DogsAssistance dogs are welcome in the Gallery



Wheelchairs are available from the Gallery's information desk free of charge – please call +64 9 980 5380 to book a wheelchair for your visit.

Our E H McCormick Research Library Whare Pukapuka Rangahau provides access to extensive research collections on visual art and, in particular, New Zealand art. The library is located on the Mezzanine level and is open to all Monday–Saturday 1–5pm

Our friendly and knowledgeable team is here to introduce you to the art, artists, stories and histories that make up our Gallery. Free English-language tours start in the Ground-level foyer at 11.30am and 1.30pm daily. Tours last 45-60 minutes and are limited to 15 people.  Book at the information desk on the Ground level on the day of your visit. If standing and walking for long periods is difficult for you, please let your guide know prior to the start of the tour so arrangements can be made

Experience our world-class art gallery with a guided tour in Mandarin Chinese. Drop in tours run at 12.30pm Thursday – Sunday. Limited to 15 people. Duration: 45-60 minutes. Book at the information desk on the day of your visit

Safety & Security

We require visitors to check umbrellas, backpacks, shopping bags and large bags into our free cloakroom. To ensure the safety of artworks, the Gallery does not permit visitors to wear bags on their backs in the galleries

Please resist the temptation to touch as the oils and dirt from fingerprints can cause damage over time. We are all responsible for protecting artworks for the enjoyment of future generations and we thank you for your support.