Nau mai! Haere mai! Welcome back to MOTAT.
Our priority is to keep you and our team safe. We are carefully following the Alert Level guidelines put in place by the Government. This means your visit will be a little different during Levels 2 and 1. Our friendly hosts are here to guide you through your visit and any questions you might have.
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am-4pm. (Closed on Mondays)
The admission fee for entry to MOTAT includes access to BOTH MOTAT sites, M1 Great North Rd and M2 Meola Rd. More pricing details here.
When you visit MOTAT we will have signs up for you to scan MOTAT's NZ COVID Tracer QR code so you can record your visit on the Ministry of Health NZ COVID Tracer app.
Help protect yourself, your whānau and your wider community. Our hosts will be on hand to help you with any questions.
Our tram service will not operate at Level 2. Visitors will need to walk or arrange their own transport between our M1 and M2 sites. There is public parking around both sites and also keep in mind that your General Admission ticket is valid to visit each site once within a 30-day period. So you could spread your visit over two days.
Exhibitions and spaces that are closed during Level 2 are:
- MOTOTS, under five's play area
- Scooter exhibition space in the Village Gallery
- The Print Shop
- Model Railway spaces
We apologise for the inconvenience while we ensure strict health and safety measures are in place under Level 2.
MOTAT is taking extra measures to protect the health of our visitors and staff. These include:
Sanitisation stations across the Museum.
Extensive cleaning schedules across both sites.
Daily closure at 4pm to accommodate additional cleaning outside of visitor operating hours.
Closed on Mondays to allow us to carry out deep cleaning across the Museum.
Use of face masks and coverings
We encourage you, if you can, to follow the advice of our Government and
Ministry of Health by wearing a face mask or face covering while visiting
MOTAT. Up-to-date information can be read here.
Protecting yourself and others
Practise good hygiene
Keep track of where you have been
Stay home if you are sick