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Historic Auckland Town Hall Tour

Our knowledgeable tour guides will lead you through this iconic venue where some of the biggest names in music have graced the stage – The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones and Elton John to name a few.

You’ll learn the fascinating history of the iconic landmark, from its inception and design in the 1900s to its incredible restoration in the ’90s.

At the end of the tour, enjoy a hot complimentary beverage, soak up the atmosphere of this glorious building, and ask the guides any final burning questions.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about a iconic and historical part of New Zealand’s history!

Please note: we stage lots of live performances throughout the year so tour routes may vary when a show is in season.

Social Protocols

  1. Be a great listener - Have fun and stay safe by following instructions carefully.
  2. Be considerate of others - You’ll be part of a group, so it’s important to be kind and courteous.
  3. Please and thank you - A friendly reminder to use ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ lots for all the people who will be helping you during this experience.
  4. Turn your phone off - Make sure you don't use your phone while your guides are talking. If you need to make a call, please ask your guide/teacher first.

Cultural Protocols

  1. A chance to relax - This experience is one way Kiwis like to relax and enjoy life so it will seem very relaxed. Have fun, enjoy slowing down (away from work or study) and relax!
  2. Be a respectful visitor - You will be a guest during this experience, so please be respectful. Two important Māori customs are to take your shoes off indoors and avoid sitting on tables or pillows.
  3. Be on time - While the experience will be a relaxed one, make sure you allow yourself plenty of time to arrive early so you don't keep your guides and others waiting.
  4. Hello and goodbye in Māori - If you want to start practising some basic Māori phrases, you could try using ‘Kia ora’ (hello) and ‘Ka kite’ (goodbye).
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