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Popular Attractions in Auckland

If you're a first time visitor to Auckland, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Auckland.


What are some good attractions in Auckland?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Auckland.

Rangitoto Island
New Zealand
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Domain Dr Auckland +64 9-309 0443
Devonport
Victoria Road North Shore
Sky Tower
Cnr Victoria & Federal Streets Auckland, New Zealand +64 9-363 6000
Cafe Hanoi Britomart
Auckland, New Zealand 09-302 3478
Auckland Domain
Park Rd Auckland, New Zealand 09-301 0101
Cornwall Park
Puriri Drive Auckland, New Zealand 09-630 8485
The Ferry Building
99 Quay Street Auckland, New Zealand
Spitting Feathers
16 Wyndham St Auckland, New Zealand
Albert Park
Princes St Auckland, New Zealand 09-301 0101
Auckland Zoo
Auckland, New Zealand 09-360 3805
Skywalk
Hobson Street Auckland, New Zealand 0800 759 925
Takapuna Beach Holiday Park
22 The Promenade Auckland, New Zealand 09-489 7909
Coast to Coast Tours Ltd
76 Muriwai Valley Rd Auckland, New Zealand 09-411 7080
Devonport ferry
Auckland, New Zealand

Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"Take the inexpensive Fullers Ferries from the Ferry Terminal in Quay Street to Devonport (15 minutes each way) - a historic seaside village."  See More

"You can also check out our Auckland War Memorial Museum and our Museum Of Transport And Technology (MOTAT)"  See More

"You can bunjy jump off the Sky Tower, loads of hiking, abseiling, kayaking, sailing opportunities."  See More

"Favourites are Cafe Hanoi Britomart , Little Bird Unbakery (3 locations) and the best gelato in the world - Giapo on Queen st by the Civic theatre."  See More

"Auckland Domain Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki Mt Eden Karangahape Road Kingsland Piha Beach Devonport ferry"  See More

"Cornwall Park is a really beautiful area to walk through and relax."  See More

"On a whim, we took a day trip via ferry (at The Ferry Building) to Rangitoto Island."  See More

"Check out Spitting Feathers for really cheap drink specials."  See More

"Some of my favorite places in Auckland: Auckland War Memorial Museum Tiritiri Matangi Island Albert Park Giapo for incredible gelato!"  See More

"Great things for familes are: Auckland Zoo, Cornwall Park, the Auckland Domain/Auckland War Memorial Museum as well as exploring around North Head in Devonport where there are old WW2 Tunnels."  See More

"Don't miss Skywalk: http://skywalk."  See More

"I recommend the Takapuna Beach Holiday Park, which has campsites but also motel units, cabins and fixed-site caravans, all right by the ancient lava shoreline."  See More

"Coast to Coast Tours Ltd, Auckland, will take you through the Auckland Domain and up Mt Eden volcano which has another amazing view and a great hike!"  See More

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  1. Rangitoto Island
  2. Auckland War Memorial Museum
  3. Devonport
  4. Sky Tower
  5. Cafe Hanoi Britomart
  6. Auckland Domain
  7. Cornwall Park
  8. The Ferry Building
  9. Spitting Feathers
  10. Albert Park
  11. Auckland Zoo
  12. Skywalk
  13. Takapuna Beach Holiday Park
  14. Coast to Coast Tours Ltd
  15. Devonport ferry
Where can I find out more about Auckland?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Auckland locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Auckland.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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