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The NZ National Maritime Museum is situated at the heart of Auckland's downtown waterfront area. novoline online casino

Opened to the public in August 1993 and proclaimed as a "new generation" museum with no precedent in New Zealand, the New Zealand National Maritime Museum is truly a very different kind of cultural institution and tourist attraction. casas de apostas brasileiras

The NZ National Maritime Museum offers:
The Pacific Discovery Theatre and 'Te Waka: Our Great Journey', the museum's orientation experience.
14 Main Exhibition Galleries showcasing New Zealand's maritime history. seriöse online casinos österreich
Heritage vessels (steam and sail), for inspection and cruises.
A varied and interesting education programme, both on and off the water, including 'sleepovers'.
Visiting vessels in the museum's marina.
The Edmiston Gallery - maritime art treasures.
Changing exhibitions - both visiting exhibitions and from our own collection.
Opportunities for volunteers with an interest in people and/or things maritime.
Line7 America's Cup store, café & Visitor Information Centre on-site.
Sail with Pride of Auckland Cruises.
An active 'Friends' membership programme.
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A unique conference and functions centre, 'The Maritime Room' with unsurpassed sea views.
Fun school holiday programmes for children.
And lots more!

Open 7 days (except Christmas Day) from 9.00am to 6.00pm (5.00 pm from Easter to October). The Museum is currently open 9am to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm) casas de apostas portugal

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The NZNMM often receives enquiries from students (etc) about the administration of the Museum. casa de apuestas deportivas Here are answers to the most commonly asked questions. This FAQ will be added to from time to time. Is the NZ National Maritime Museum run by the government? schweizer online casino Who are the trustees of the NZNMM Trust Board? So where does the finance come from? And how is it spent? How many staff do you have? casino online How many volunteers and what do they do? What benefits do Volunteers get? Who owns the museum itself? Can you borrow books from the library? casinos en linea colombia Is the NZ National Maritime Museum run by the government? No, the NZNMM is operated by the New Zealand National Maritime Museum Trust Board, a private charitable trust. casino en linea mexico In fact the museum receives no governmental operating finance though it does receive a grant from the Auckland City Council towards operating costs.