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 21 November: Oral history from scratch
- Wednesday 22 November: Beyond ‘women knitting’ in the First World War
- Thursday 23 November: Curator tour of Humble: The life of 100 small objects
- Monday 27 November: Local perspectives on Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- Tuesday 28 November: An evening with Stephen Daisley
- Wednesday 29 November: The Sapling – a website all about children's books
- Thursday 30 November: Curator tour of Humble: The life of 100 small objects
- Thursday 30 November: Byte Back! Managing your personal digital archives
- Thursday 30 November: Wellington preserves: International Digital Preservation Day
- Monday 4 December: Extended families: politics and practice in family history
- Wednesday 6 December: Abel@375: the Dutch of New Zealand
- Saturday 9 December: Pudding dolls & pavlova: a history of Christmas in recipes
- Wednesday 13 December: Passchendaele and posterity, 1917-2017
Unfolding the map
Cartography in New Zealand.come on in
On now at the Turnbull Gallery, an exhibition exploring the treasured Ephemera collection.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
We're open again!
The National Library’s Wellington building is open Monday to Saturday.
Some of our collections are unavailable while we make sure our collection areas are safe after the Kaikoura earthquake.See what's available
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