National Library Wellington
Te Ahumairangi: 8.30am – 5pm
Reading Rooms: 10am – 5pm
Monday to Saturday
The Library is closed on public holidays
Corner Molesworth & Aitken St
0800 474 300
04 474 3000
- Tuesday 20 February: Te Hono ki Aotearoa: The Link to Aotearoa
- Tuesday 20 February: Family history in the news!
- Wednesday 21 February: Book Overboard!: Stories from the Sea
- Thursday 22 February: Cranleigh Barton – a most particular man
- Saturday 24 February: Essentials of oral history day one: Wellington
- Wednesday 28 February: Fight for suffrage and the Empire
- Wednesday 28 February: Visualising Wellington streets: Thomas Ward’s 1891 map of the city of Wellington
- Friday 9 March: Call Me Royal
- Saturday 10 March: Lots in Translation!
- Saturday 10 March: Kate Sheppard Place Women
- Saturday 24 March: Essentials of oral history day two: Wellington
The Next Word
On now at the Turnbull Gallery, an exhibition exploring the many-faceted voices of New Zealand poets.see what's on
See this catastrophe through the eyes of kiwi soldiers who were there.Haere mai
HOME – Cafe
Spend lunch or a break at HOME, the National Library’s cafe.get a coffee and a bite
Research with the collections
Talk to one of our topic or format specialists, or our general research experts.
They're available on site, or you can ask your question right now though Ask a Librarian.start your research
Get to work and get creative, alone or in a group.
net.work is an open space for you to make what you want.see what you can do
Explore your heritage in a new way.
Find yourself, your place, and your past on the Lifelines table.get in touch with your past