Albert Park is a huge public park popular among the locals for its vast open spaces, lines of beaitiful trees, and also it's statues and monuments. Albert Park is a beautiful garden space, adorned with many iconic monuments. The park has an important place in the history of the city. It houses several monuments such as the Queen Victoria Statue, and the refreshing Victorian fountain. The Boyd Statue is another symbolic statue, which depicts Love breaking the Sword of Hate, along with the floral clock, which was built in 1953. The Auckland Art Gallery is also situated in the park.
Set atop the remnants of the oldest volcano amongst Auckland’s volcanic field, Pukekawa, the 75-hectare expanse of greenery is Auckland’s oldest public park. One of the largest areas of public land in the heart of the central Auckland, the Auckland Domain is also home to the Auckland War Memorial and Cenotaph. A band rotunda offers a venue for bands to play out in the open to park visitors. Boardwalks and museums provide park-goers enough avenues to stay occupied at the Domain.