Facemasks must be worn at all times in Te Ana Māori Rock Art Centre but not required at Māori rock art sites
Explore Aotearoa's first art galleries - follow in the footsteps of our ancestors on a journey to some of the most iconic Māori rock art sites in the country . . .
Retrace the seasonal journeys of our ancestors, make your own rock art, hold an ancient moa bone, shelter form Pouakai the giant eagle in the cave of the Taniwha . . . .
At Te Ana we're focused on sharing this tribal taonga with as many young people as we can. Its all about kaitiakitanga (guardianship) - we want to grow a new generation of rock art guardians.