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Enjoy a 90 minute guided tour of “Unleashed”, chock-full of eye-popping practical effects from three original films and exploring Weta Workshops Creative Process. Brimming with creative inspiration, learn the art of crafting convincing wounds by sculpting your own scars and scrapes! Perhaps your battle wound was inflicted by one of our Unleashed creatures? No creative experience is necessary for this workshop. Just bring yourself and your enthusiasm!

Includes 90 minutes guided tour plus workshop.

What To Expect

Be Unleashed: journey through Weta Workshop’s creative process with a 90-minute guided experience

Learn how to create horror-bly convincing wounds with silicon gels and special-effects make-up.

Whip up a batch of movie blood: See how we make the consistency oh-so-oozy for film and TV – be it human, creature or alien blood!

Gain hands-on tips and techniques from our crew: Spaces are limited in each workshop, allowing for one-on-one time to answer all your questions.

Explore the Weta Cave retail store: Collectibles, keepsakes and tools for your own craft can be picked up in our Weta Cave retail store.

Learn Special Effects at Weta Workshop

3 Hours

$299 NZD

Learn to create oozy wounds, make movie blood and so much more in this workshop in special effects magic in movies. Includes a 90 minute tour also.

Experience provided by

Weta Workshop Unleashed

Important Information
  • Minimum Age 14
  • 88 Federal Street, Auckland CBD – Take the entry-level spaceship, or elevator, up to Level 5
  • We recommend arriving 15 minutes before your booked time.
  • Please notify Weta if you have sensitive skin or known allergies.
  • We strongly recommend booking online in advance
  • Please email with your voucher code, and preferred date & time for your tour

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