This self-guided tour offers you an insight into a variety of iconic artworks that make Ahuriri (Napier) unique, from the well-known Pania of the Reef statue to a Lauris Edmond poem etched into the back of a building. Starting at the museum, collect maps and booklets containing historic images from MTG’s archives to guide your groups on their way. This self-guided experience is free, but bookings are essential.
Learning Areas and Strands: Social Sciences, Art
Duration: Spend 1-2 hours
Suitable for: Year 4 - 13, maximum 60 students
The education programme
This is a self guided tour, your students will:
Start at the MTG and set off in groups to follow a map and trail booklet
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