The Cook Islands Library and Museum is a private organisation dedicated to the preservation of the history and culture of the Cook Islands.

Centrally located within a pleasant parkland of exotic and indigenous trees, adjacent to some of Rarotonga’s oldest historic buildings associated with the early missionary period, the Library and Museum is a short walking distance from the main business centre of Avarua, the capital of the Cook Islands and largest town on the island of Rarotonga.

Exhibits cover ceremonial, food, music, pictorials, shells and weapons, the islands and a rare book collection.

Opening hours
Monday - Saturday: 9.00am to 1.00pm
Tuesday evenings: 4.00pm - 7.00pm

T: (+682) 26 468
E: librarymuseum@cookislands.org.ck or tatau@oyster.net.ck
W: cook-islands-library-museum.org