Stop 13: Eden Park

Visit this attraction on our Blue Tour

Combo available

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Eden Park, New Zealand's largest stadium, with a rich sporting and social history.

The proud home of our world champion All Blacks rugby team and our national cricket team the Black Caps, Eden Park seats up to 50,000 people.

Eden Park Tours

During your 90-minute guided tour of Eden Park you'll enjoy amazing access, from the changing rooms and coaches' box to the historic No. 1 field.

Your expert guide will share iconic moments in New Zealand's sporting history.

Includes a complimentary souvenir.

Tours run weekdays at 10.30am and 2pm and weekends at 11am, except on game days. Please note access to some areas is subject to availability on the day.

About Eden Park

There have been sporting grounds here since 1903, but the name Eden Park was first used in 1912.

The Park became the home of Auckland Cricket in 1910. The Auckland Rugby Union leased the Park in 1914, officially making the stadium its home in 1925.

In 1987 Eden Park hosted the first ever Rugby World Cup final, which New Zealand won. More recently it was the venue of many matches in the 2011 Rugby World Cup (when we won it for the second time), and the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Statues around the outside of the grounds commemorate some famous All Blacks, including Dave Gallaher, captain of the original 1905 All Blacks team, and Sir Michael Jones, one of the highest rated All Blacks from the 80s and 90s.

Eden Park website

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Add an Eden Park guided tour to your Auckland Explorer Bus pass and save!

24 hour pass

Explorer Bus
+ Eden Park
(saving $18.50)
(saving $8)

48 hour pass

Explorer Bus
+ Eden Park
(saving $18.50)
(saving $8)
    • 24 Hour PassExplorer Bus
      + Eden Park
    • Adult$80 (saving $18.50)
    • Child$40 (saving $8)
    • 48 Hour PassExplorer Bus
      + Eden Park
    • Adult$95 (saving $18.50)
    • Child$45 (saving $8)

Stop info

Bus TimetableFirst bus 9.50am, last bus 3.50pm
LocationReimers Park, Kingsland