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Eden Park Tour + Maori Cultural Performance and Perform A Haka Experience

Take a unique tour of the iconic Eden Park stadium with a Māori warrior guide, then learn and perform your own haka on the field played by the mighty All Blacks and BLACK CAPS...

Highlights

  • Take a fascinating tour of Eden Park with a traditional Maori Warrior Guide
  • Learn and perform a haka on the ‘hallowed turf’ at New Zealand’s national stadium
  • Get a tour of the home team changing rooms used by the All Blacks and Black Caps
  • Watch a traditional Maori cultural performance
  • Enjoy a light afternoon tea
  • Fantastic photo opportunities with the Maori Warrior
  • An unmissable tour for sports fans of all ages!

Eden Park is New Zealand's most famous playing field, steeped in sporting history and visited by sports fans from all over the world, so what better way to go behind the scenes and get a taste of its Maori influence than with a unique guided tour by a traditional Maori Warrior.

You'll walk in the footsteps of iconic sporting heroes and re-live great sporting moments as you explore, taking a look through the home teams changing rooms and visiting the 'hallowed turf' on the historic No.1 field. Your guide will enlighten you with its fascinating history and then you'll experience first hand the mana, or power of the haka just as it's performed on game day at Eden Park! You'll feel well inspired and can then channel your own inner mana as you take part in the interactive 'learn the haka' workshop.

To top off the experience, a light afternoon tea will be provided and you'll have the opportunity to get some great photos with the traditional Maori Warriors.

Tour Available Dates:

Saturday November 17th

Saturday December 1st

Saturday December 15th

Saturday 5th January

Location & Departure: Eden Park is centrally located in Kingsland only 3km from the CBD. Tours begin at Entry G, Reimers Avenue. Parking is available in Car Park 5 - Gate G off Reimers Ave, Kingsland, Auckland.

Per person $149.00

Duration

  • Allow approximately 90 minutes for the whole experience

Notes

  • Please be aware that this is a walking tour and a good level of mobility is required. Comfortable shoes are suggested.
  • Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to tour departure time.

10:00 a.m.Thursday 13 July

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