Explore some of the key moments in New Zealand’s political and constitutional history, including major electoral reforms and the transition from colony to dominion.
How have economic, social and political protests helped bring about major reforms in the way New Zealanders work and live?
Ever since its signing in 1840, the Treaty of Waitangi has continued to make an indelible mark on the national story.
Discover how Maori have mobilised over time against Pakeha encroachment on their land and culture.
Who are our Governors-General and what is New Zealand's relationship with the British monarchy they represent?
Explore Parliament in word, sound, film, cartoon, postcard and photograph. Take a virtual tour through its buildings and grounds via interactive panoramas.