Take education out of the classroom at Puke Ariki Museum, Taranaki Research Centre, Puke Ariki Library and Aotea Utanganui Museum of South Taranaki.
Puke Ariki museum education classes are not being offered for the remainder of Term 3 due to Alert Level 2 restrictions (excluding Be a Backyard Hero and Whare Kahurangi as they are online based). We are planning to teach classes in Term 4 so welcome your bookings. Alert levels in Term 4 will guide us on what can be offered from our current programmes.
Puke Ariki Museum
We have a wide range of options for all school levels that delve into the treasures throughout the Museum.Puke Ariki Museum Programmes
Puke Ariki Library, Discover it!
Find out all about how to use the library.Puke Ariki Library Session
Te Pua Wānanga o Taranaki / Taranaki Research Centre
Secondary school students gain excellent research skills while investigating our heritage collections.Guided Research Sessions
Aotea Utanganui, Museum of South Taranaki
Aotea Utanganui offers education programmes focusing on the Taranaki region.Aotea Utanganui education programmes
Be a Backyard Hero
There is so much happening in your backgarden. Join educator Nathan to see how you can learn about plants and animals that inhabit your garden.Find out more
Booking a Visit
If you're visiting with multiple classes, we offer a rotation between Puke Ariki Museum, Library and the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.Find out more
Additional Support for Students
We have social stories and a sensory map available for students who need extra support before visiting Puke Ariki.Read more