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Auckland War Memorial Museum

Opened in 1929 and considered one of New Zealand's finest heritage buildings, the Auckland War Memorial Museum is home to millions of objects, is one of New Zealand's most popular man-made tourist attractions, and provides educational services for school children. As well as being a war memorial for the Auckland province, the Museum also tells the story of New Zealand, its place in the Pacific and its people.

The neo-classical building reminiscent of Greco-Roman temples was designed by Auckland firm Grierson, Aimer and Draffin and the total cost of the building was $250,000.

Steelguard are delighted to have been involved in various stages of the Museum's refurbishment, redevelopment and extension over the past 20 years.