Exhibition: Stories from Cornwall Park’s past
Join us at the Huia Lodge Discovery Hub this spring to learn some of the stories from Cornwall Park’s past.
Cornwall Park has been open for more than 100 years, and during this time many stories were created involving Tāmaki Makaurau and its people. The park was a labour of love by one of Auckland’s most well-known pioneers, the location of an US Army hospital and a place for sports for generations, among many other tales. For this exhibition we dived into our archives and pulled out images and stories rich in culture, history and people's memories.
Discover Cornwall Park’s past stories and be part of our future ones.
November to the end of March
Exhibition is open daily 10am - 4pm
The NZ COVID Tracer QR Code will be present at this event and all participants will be expected to scan the code. The code is also placed around the park, in public toilets and within Huia Lodge Discovery Hub. We ask that all participants continue with their basic hygiene practices while at the event and in the park. This includes hand hygiene (washing for 20 seconds, drying thoroughly or using hand sanitiser), coughing or sneezing into your elbow, and avoiding touching your face. Hand sanitiser will be available at the event. If you are feeling unwell before the event, we ask that you stay at home.