The National Tattoo Museum of New Zealand is a small, privately owned non-profit dedicated to the history of tattoo’ing in New Zealand, especially Maori traditional tattoo art known as “Ta Moko”.
Our collection features a mix of historical tattoo artifacts, tools, illustraitions and information on techniques and styles, from New Zealand and the surrounding Pacific/Melanesian and Micronesian areas.
Operating from New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington; we are open from 12pm everyday except Sunday.
Drop in an see us:
187 Vivian St,
Admission is free!
You can find us at 187 Vivian St, Wellington, New Zeland. We’re the large building on the corner painted with dragons (you can’t miss us)!
The National Tattoo Museum of New Zealand is open 6 days a week. The museum is open late on Friday and Satruday nights, (8pm).
|Friday||12:00-8:00pm (late night)|
|Saturday||12:00-8:00pm (late night)|