Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision

Operating hours: Mon-Fri: 10am-4.30pm
Admission fee: Free entry. Screenings and events may attract a charge.
Type: Museum

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision is New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. The archive cares for an ever-growing collection of films, radio, television, sound recordings, props and documents spanning 120 years of Aotearoa’s sound and moving image history.

We are located in the National Library Building on Molesworth Street. Researchers and the general public can view a selection of general material from our audiovisual collections in the dedicated Ngā Taonga space in the National Library’s public Reading Room.

Other material, including the contents of our former medialibrary, can also be viewed there by prior arrangement. Please email filmandvideo@ngataonga.org.nz to make an appointment.

We are currently running an exhibition in the Te Puna Gallery in the National Library building which runs until 22 February 2020 – for more info: https://www.ngataonga.org.nz/rustrestoration.

Online

Contact details

Phone
04 384 7647

Email
info@ngataonga.org.nz
Physical address
National Library Building
70 Molesworth Street
Wellington
6011
Postal address
PO Box 11449
Manners Street
Wellington
6142