We specifically tailor itineraries to take in some of Auckland’s best available culture and contemporary art practice along with key tourist experiences during your valuable time in our amazing city. Whether you are looking to buy or browse, engage or integrate art into your travels around Auckland or New Zealand, we can help. Use our thorough knowledge of contemporary art practice in Auckland and beyond to help you really gain an understanding of New Zealand.
We can organise a program for any number of people from 1 to 50, and offer a fee based service for itinerary planning.
Your tours could include highlights of some of our inner city historic suburbs, our dealer galleries, public museums and art spaces as well as the key sights around Auckland. Destinations vary depending what is on show but could include historic Pah Homestead, Te Uru Gallery in Titirangi, Corban Estate, Artspace, local Dealer Galleries and artist studios, as well as a stop for morning tea.
Join Glen, your art tour leader, who has a strong background in art and travel. Glen believes that it is people that make experiences come alive.
Feedback from recent tours
My enjoyment was mostly due entirely, to you Glen. You were highly organised/informative and knowledgeable/ considerate and accommodating. In summary, I consider you to be “As good as it gets!” Your popularity is evident from several in the group, who have repeatedly travelled with you, and I now hope to do the same, given the appropriate opportunity.
- Tours are from $129 NZD per person for a half day program – minimum numbers apply.
- For 1 person: From $450 per person
- For 2 people: From $275 per person
- For 3 or more people: From $200 per person
Contact us to see if we have a tour going that suits your time in Auckland.
Tours are subject to availability. Don’t hesitate to ask us to help you plan the rest of your New Zealand program.
If you are short on time we would be happy to curate a tour for you, feel free to contact us or Check out our page for Auckland’s galleries, museums and art spaces.