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MTG - Museum Theatre Gallery - Hawke's Bay

We're a must-see for any visitor to the Port of Napier, New Zealand. The Museum is an easy stroll across the road from the Soundshell and Napier isite where the Napier Port Transfer Shuttles drop you off in the city.

Address: 1 Tennyson St, Napier

FREE ENTRY for everyone

Open 9.30am - 5pm daily, Closed Christmas Day

Found on Marine Parade in the heart of Napier, MTG Hawke's Bay (Museum, Theatre, Gallery) is a place where people can experience and enjoy exhibitions sharing local, national and international stories.

There is a large permanent exhibit of the 1931 earthquake, where objects, archives and a documentary tell the stories about how this disaster impacted on the people, townships and the local landscape. Also displayed is the region’s stunning Taonga Māori exhibition, complemented by changing art and social history stories in additional galleries.

The museum shop includes a beautiful range of unique New Zealand gifts, cards, jewellery and souvenirs. 

Contact us

Phone +64 6 8341911
Freephone 0800 847488
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100 Marine Parade, Napier South, Napier 4110
Open every day from 9.00am to 5.00pm

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