The Constitution Room, which housed the Treaty of Waitangi and a selection of other significant documents, has closed to the public.
He Tohu, a new permanent exhibition showcasing three iconic constitutional documents that shape Aotearoa New Zealand, is now open. These include:
These documents can be viewed in a stunning, state-of-the-art conservation space at the National Library of New Zealand.
He Tohu, a new permanent exhibition, houses three of New Zealand's most iconic documents
He Tohu provides on-site and online learning experiences and resources for young New Zealanders, focusing on the history of the documents and their ongoing significance to our national life. The documents are given life in new and exciting ways thanks to extensive research into the stories of the documents’ signatories.
Information on visiting He Tohu, or how to book a tour, can be found on the visit He Tohu page.
Archives New Zealand is not currently offering tours of the Wellington repository. For enquiries please email: email@example.com.
To arrange a tour to one of our regional offices please email the relevant regional office: