Thursday, November 5, 2009


Built in 1929 to mark the end of the First World War, the Museum has witnessed Kiwi men and women leave to serve in World War 2. It has gazed on the Auckland wharf strikes and occupation of Bastion Point, the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior and victory at the Rugby World Cup. Now the [AUCKLAND MUSEUM] is 80 years old and looking better than ever. New lighting will transform our classical building at night - with roughly 400 LED fixtures there will be 3 phases:

7pm-12am: Classical Mode
[This mode uses a golden hue, which climbs the building in a warm, amber tone]

12am-3am: Moonlit Mode
[This mode uses white light to reflect a moonlit sky]

3am-7am: Sleep Mode
[This lighting mode uses a softer blue shade to reflect morning slumber]

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