Sun, 02 May|
Aaiotanga Community Space (ACS)
Exploring Emily Place Urban Walk
Whether the site of a Yogi Bear film set, an infamous murder of an English cricket umpire or the founding of Auckland City in 1840, Emily Place is unique, moving and a place you might call home!
Time & Location
02 May 2021, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Aaiotanga Community Space (ACS), Shop front 2F - 22 Emily Place, Auckland City Centre, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
About the Event
Urban Walking Festival - Exploring Emily Place
As part of local neighbourhood building efforts, Aaiotanga Community Space (ACS) is hosting two urban walks taking place on May 2 and May 16 in 2021, as part of the Urban Walking Festival directed by Melissa Laing with support from Panuku Development Auckland and Auckland Transport.
This is the registration site for the May 2 walk. (Go to our other event to register for the May 16 walk).
Te Rerenga Ora Iti or Emily Place has a unique significance in the history of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland and holds the memories of a number of important founding moments for our City.
Dotted with beautiful heritage buildings and a sunny reserve with stunning pohutukawa formations, Emily Place can speak to us about the importance of our natural environment as well as our commercial, religious and political history. This will be a meandering walk that not only takes us around the street but also into some of the buildings.
Duration: Less than 90 min
Access: The ability to walk up steps is necessary to experience all of the aspects of this walk but if you have mobility issues and would still like to come, let us know and we will adapt the route for you. Email the ACS Urban Walk Team on email@example.com
Register for your free ticket below.
Exploring Emily Place - May 2