© Te Puia | Hemo Rd PO Box 334, Rotorua 3040, New Zealand
+64 7 348 9047   info@tepuia.com

Operating Hours:
8am – 5pm Winter (April - September)
9am – 6pm Summer (September – April)

Te Puia News

Easter and our cultural legacy

Easter is a familiar holiday; one that brings traditions, celebrations and with some luck, a visit from the Easter Bunny.

Read More

Wānanga Precinct opens its doors

Te Puia l NZMACI have completed phase one of its new Wānanga Precinct and are excited to welcome manuhiri (visitors), who can now view students and tutors putting their hands...

Read More

Rolling over into Year of the Dog

Chinese lanterns glowing with works of art have decked the main entrance of Te Puia as Chinese and Korean people all over the world celebrate the Spring Festival, also known...

Read More

Welsh sevens players enjoy unique Rotorua experience

Welsh rugby sevens players learned how to perform the haka on their visit to Te Puia ahead of the New Zealand Sevens tournament held in Hamilton over Waitangi Weekend.

Read More

2018 the year to see Rotorua

Our beautiful city was named as one of the top places to see in 2018 in the prestigious The New York Times' Places to Visit list, and Te Puia’s geothermal...

Read More

Tuku Iho Los Angeles engages thousands

Following its runaway success in Washington DC earlier this year, the Tuku Iho l Living Legacy exhibition wowed thousands more people during its 14-day stint at Venice Beach, Los Angeles.

Read More

Not just a venue

Delivering a range of functions from intimate cocktail parties to large gala dinners and corporate events, Te Puia’s world-class venues continue to host unforgettable gatherings, with impeccable food and Māori...

Read More

Te Puia schedules kiwi keeper talks over peak season

Making it easier for manuhiri (visitors) to learn about New Zealand’s national icon, Te Puia’s Kiwi House has scheduled their kiwi keeper talks over the peak season.

Read More

Pork and horopito sausages a tourist specialty

Bento Boxes, Māori fusion breakfasts and Kai Mamaoa (wine barrel smoked meals), have become popular lunch options at Te Puia.

Read More


The significant site developments at Te Puia l New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts (NZMACI) continue to take shape, with the new Wānanga Precinct now closed in and the footprint...

Read More

1 2 3 4 5 6