Museum
at Punaauia

Musée De Tahiti Et Des Îles

Discover Polynesian culture through the Museum of Tahiti and the Islands.
The Museum of The Islands of Tahiti, Te Fare Mahana, is an ethnographic museum situated in the district of Punaauia, about 15 km from Papeete on the west coast of Tahiti. Built in 1974 by the Territorial Assembly as a public establishment belonging to the territory, the aim of the museum is to conserve and restore Polynesian artefacts and cultural practices. Various exhibitions and cultural events are staged regularly and are open to the general public. The building is in a large garden by the sea and there is an ethnobotanical trail in the gardens.
We speak : French

Themes

  • History
  • Sciences and technology
  • Arts and culture
  • Archeological
  • Anthropology
  • Natural sciences
  • Craft/Artisanat

Precise location

  • Town outskirts

Visit

Customers

Adapted for : Groups

Opening

Horaires d'ouverture du 01 January au 31 December 2024
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Services

Equipments

  • Toilets
  • Car park

Services

  • Educational visits
  • Tourist brochures
  • Tourist information
  • Guided tours

On-site activities

  • Children's entertainment
  • Temporary exhibition
  • Botanic trail

Adapted tourism

Adapted for : Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance

Adress

98718 Punaauia
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