After travelling more than 10,000 kilometres from Xi’an, China, the 2,300-year-old terracotta warriors have arrived at Te Papa.
From scaly sea monsters, shiny dinosaurs, and ghastly goblins, to the dark brooding misfits of Tony Fomison’s paintings – two new art exhibitions will open at Te Papa this weekend
More than 700,000 people have seen 'Gallipoli: The scale of our war' in its first year, making it the most visited exhibition in Te Papa’s history.
For the first time a book that catalogues the more than 2,300 Maori cultural items held in the British Museum is being published.
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