Covid-19 protection framework (traffic light system)

Te Tuhi is compliant with the gathering rules outlined in the Red setting of the Covid-19 protection framework. From 11.59pm on 4 April 2022, visitors will no longer be required to present a vaccine pass on entry. However, all visitors over 12 years old are required to wear a mask when in the public areas at Te Tuhi (i.e., anywhere that is not a room booked for a private event), to protect yourself and others.

We have daily cleaning protocols implemented for your health and safety.

Getting here (it’s easier than you think)

Te Tuhi is easily accessed by car from all areas of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, and is located just a short walk from public transport stops. Explore your journey options here. Look out for the colourful sculpture Atarangi II by Michael Parekōwhai just outside the building. 


Plenty of free parking is located behind Te Tuhi and is accessed via William Roberts Road. An accessible loading zone is located at Te Tuhi’s front entrance on Reeves Road. 


Te Tuhi is committed to being open and accessible to all and has step-free access throughout its public spaces as well as accessible toilets. Two accessible carparks are located at the rear carpark behind Te Tuhi, accessed via William Roberts Road. If you require assistance with your visit please contact +64 9 577 0138 or email us here.


Te Tuhi offers free English language guided tours of our current exhibitions. To enquire, contact us here. Walk-ins are welcome.