Auckland art museums have a lot of things in common.
They’re often home to art exhibitions, and they offer a wide range of artworks.
The biggest difference is the artworks themselves.
Auckland is home to some of the world’s best artists and curators, and many are based in the city.
But a number of Auckland art museums are less well known outside the city, and it’s easy to miss some of them if you’re looking for an experience.
We’ve rounded up 10 of our favourite art museums in Auckland to find out which ones you should visit in the first week of August.
The Auckland Art Museum: The Auckland Museum is a big museum, with over 5,000 pieces in its collection.
It’s the only art museum in Auckland with permanent exhibits and is located in the historic Auckland Town Centre.
Admission is free, but you’ll need to register to access exhibits.
There’s also a range of exhibitions and events going on throughout the year.
If you’re visiting Auckland as part of a trip to New Zealand, be sure to visit this museum to see what the city has to offer.
New Zealand Museum: New Zealand’s oldest museum is now part of the Royal Auckland Museum, which is one of the oldest museums in the world.
It has over 4,000 works, ranging from early paintings to early European art.
There are also exhibitions on the life of the founding father John Ruskin.
New Zildjian has also been around for over 100 years.
The museum is open 24 hours a day and is currently home to the Museum of New Zealand Art and Culture.
Royal Auckland Art Gallery: One of New Z, Auckland’s main museums, opened in 2013.
Located in the old Royal Auckland Town Center, it’s one of two museums in New Zealand dedicated to the royal family.
The Royal Auckland has a vast collection of artefacts and works from the 19th and early 20th centuries, which are currently on display in the building’s galleries.
If New Z is your only museum visit, head to this museum for an intimate view of the family.
Māori Museum: One half of the Māoris, the Máori Museum is the world-famous Māoikā, which means “towards the east” in Māoan.
It houses over 5 million artefacts from the Mōori people, including artifacts dating back to the 1600s.
The Máoikaehauka are the largest Māorid archaeological site in New Z. It was also home to a huge number of early modern Maori people before the arrival of Europeans.
This Máoan site is one reason the Mairangi Museum is still open in New York, as the Maitiri and Māiri cultures are still closely linked to the Maimaree.
Museum of Ancient Ships: One part of New England’s colonial history, this museum is dedicated to shipbuilding.
The ship museum is located at the historic shipyards at Portsmouth and Southampton.
The New England Ship Museum has over 300 ship parts and artefacts that were built during the first half of New York’s colonial era.
There is also a massive collection of Native American artefacts, and there’s a museum dedicated to preserving and preserving the Native American art.
Stirling Museum: This museum has been a part of London’s Stirling House since 1858.
It holds over 300,000 artefacts ranging from the earliest known wooden ship to the first powered boat.
You can also see the first sailboat built in England.
The Stirling museum has a permanent exhibition and is also home for a variety of exhibitions.
New England Museum of Art: This one is really the best of the lot.
Located near the heart of the city of New Bedford, the museum is one-stop shopping for a full experience.
It features a large collection of art, and has a unique collection of early 20-th century British art.
You’ll find everything from 18th century works to the modern work of contemporary artists.
The art is on display throughout the week, and you’ll also find a variety other activities.
St Louis Museum of Contemporary Art: Located in New Orleans, the St Louis Art Museum is an art museum that focuses on American and European art, with a focus on New Orleans and its art scene.
The exhibit showcases works by such artists as Paul Klee, Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, Andy Sexton, and others.
The Art Center also houses a museum of New Orleans culture.
British Museum: A long-running art museum and one of New Jersey’s most prestigious art schools, the British Museum is also one of our top museums in this year’s list.
It is home not only to works by the likes of Picasso, Matisse, Van Gogh, and other great artists, but also has some amazing exhibits.
We have a full guide to the British Art