Uncover the ancient mysteries and explore the modern discoveries of Stonehenge.
How did 25 tonnes of towering stones end up in a field in Wiltshire, England? What purpose did this awe-inspiring monument serve for an ancient civilisation? Why do some consider this monument to be magical or sacred?
Unlock the answers to the mysteries surrounding the UNESCO World Heritage Site at this brand-new international exhibition at Auckland Museum.
The exhibition delves into the science, history and mythology of Stonehenge – discover the secrets of what it meant to the people who built it, and what it means to the world today.
View more than 300 ancient artefacts, including stone tools, antler picks, pottery, gold and bronze objects and even a bronze axe with ancient graffiti.
This exhibition is produced by MuseumsPartner in Austria in collaboration with English Heritage.
On daily from 15 December 2022 to 25 April 2023