Alberton house from above.

Alberton is open under ORANGE in the traffic light system. If you are visiting us, you will need to wear a mask and follow our Covid-19 requirements. At this time, we do not require Vaccine Passes for entry to our visitor sites, cafes and shops, however this may be reviewed in line with our Covid-19 policy settings. You can check our website on the day of your visit for the most up-to-date information and please stay home if you’re unwell. For the latest on Covid-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand visit the official government website

Opening Hours

Wednesday - Sunday
10.30am - 4.00pm

Last admission into the house at 3.15pm

Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day

parking no-smoking toilet shops


Member Free

Adult $10.00

Student (tertiary) $8.00

Under 18 years Free

* Surcharges may apply for special events


100 Mt Albert Road
Mt Albert, Auckland 1025

+64 9 846 7367

Become a time traveller at Alberton

Encounter the love that built an Indian paradise.

Join us at Alberton these school holidays to discover stories of love, loss, power and prestige at the heart of Auckland's nineteenth century social scene.

Discover Alberton
Collage style artwork with Alberton, a man and two women.
Wagon wheel leaning against the building at Alberton

Nestled in the Mt Albert suburb of Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest city, Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland, Alberton showcases a majestic colonial property and the lives that made it a much-loved and admired home. When you visit this historic 18-room home you’ll be transported into the world of early Auckland’s fashionable set, where garden parties, mounted hunts and archery were enjoyed with a distinct Victorian backdrop.

Discover Alberton
Historic photo of Alberton featuring family members in the grounds

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Photo: Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

People walking down the driveway to Alberton for a market day


Photo: Marcel Tromp

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