THE MUSEUM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED


In the interest of protecting the well-being of our volunteers, visitors and staff, we are temporarily closing McCahon House museum to the public beginning 18 March 2020 for the foreseeable future. We are also postponing all our public events for the time being, but we look forward to running them in the future.


We are actively monitoring COVID-19 as the circumstances in the country continue to evolve. Any further updates will be announced on our website and social media channels.

A significant site for New Zealand's contemporary arts. The 1950s home of McCahon, with an adjacent artists residency.

SSK view from childrens bedroom
SSK view from childrens bedroom

Sarah Smuts-Kennedy
Awake, Healing tools for Kauri Trees and Family Histories, 2017.

MCCAHON
1953 - 1959 LIVING & WORKING IN TITIRANGI

Photograph by Bernie Hill

About Colin McCahon

67 Otitori Bay Road
French Bay
Titirangi

 

The museum is temporarily closed.
Artist in Residence

Artist in Residence

Wayne Youle
October - December 2019

McCahon House opening Hours & Tours

McCahon House opening Hours & Tours

The McCahon House Museum is temporarily closed.