Source: Auckland Council
Discover some of the great things you can do at home to stay active, keep learning and take care of yourself during lockdown.
Learn a new skill, pick up an ebook, research your family history and much more during lockdown.
Keeping active is an essential part of looking after our physical and mental wellbeing. Here are our ideas for how to get started.
Unwind and look after your mental health at home with online resources and our helpful guides.
Keep your kids busy, entertained and learning during lockdown with these great ideas from Auckland Council and our libraries.
Lockdown is a great opportunity to explore your family history, to delve into the past and see what you can discover about your family, community and city.
Beat the stress and boredom of lockdown with Auckland Council Libraries’ online collections of ebooks, films, magazines and audiobooks.
Pick up a new hobby or skill during lockdown, dust off your tools with a new project, learn a language or immerse yourself in reading with free online resources from Auckland Libraries.
Both Auckland War Memorial Museum and the Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tāmaki offer virtual tours to enjoy from the comfort of your home.
A virtual gateway into the lives and works of photographers from around the country.
An online service to commemorate those who have served and lost their lives in the Merchant Navy.
Free Minecraft Club sessions helping kids to stay social in these difficult times.
Join one of these online composting Zoom workshops and events during September.
Sample our documentary heritage taonga in this online illustrated talk.
In this online presentation, find out about the project and get ideas on what to do with things you find and inherit.
Join Marguerite Hill for this talk about four historic heritage places that have a medical association.
Join Lisa Truttman as she discusses the life and times of a complex captain of Victorian Auckland industry.