The Marie King Gallery is a versatile space which can be used for a variety of temporary displays and exhibitions. Check out what is currently on display.
The Kororāreka - Russell Wharf Kaitiaki Trust and Resilient Russell Charitable Trust are encouraging a conversation in the community about climate change and the impact of sea level rises will have on our community. To kick this off, they are holding an event and have...
Russell Museum’s new exhibition, The Story of Managahāwea is a fascinating look at an extremely early site of first arrivals from Polynesia. Beneath the soil of its beautiful beachfront, archaeological evidence from a series of excavations under the...
Ko Ahau Anō Tētahi i Reira, Saltwater in our Veins is another Russell Museum to Tuia 250, the national commemoration taking place in October 2019. Scrimshaw trophy on loan from Russell Boating Club An ambitious new exhibition charting the Bay’s long and...
Paradise Lost Exhibition artworks reflecting the life and times of Daniel Solander, Swedish scientist on board the HM Endeavour.
Russell Museum latest exhibition follows on from the Russell School Reunion held over the weekend 20 - 22 November 2015. Education began in Russell with classes held at Pompallier Mission for Maori students. After a series of private schools and two public schools a...
Whakaata looks to show a connection to a Maori print history. It acknowledges this place, the proximity of Pompallier House with its historic printing press and its role in communication during the time of early contact. This exhibition presents...
Join our mailing list
If you would like to join our mailing list, complete the form.
2 York Street,
Bay of Islands
Aotearoa New Zealand
10.00 - 4.00 daily
Last visitors admitted at 3.45 pm