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Lack of parking is a massive problem! At least we couldn’t locate anything.
Half the park felt like it was under construction. I also would not recommend taking a 1 year old here. The toddler area was pretty lack lustre and not much else for...More
If my review comes across as bitter and sad, it's because I am after my recent visit to MOTAT. Leaving aside the fact that Motat 2 (the one with the planes) is excellent, the rest of my visit was a terrible disappointment. Gone are the...More
Visited MOTAT with our three children without knowing too much about it. We were all blown away by the exhibitions and hands on experiences for the kids. I would highly recommend it for any age group. The admission was very affordable and it included a...More
Admission is free for registered teachers during the month of September. Families are included for the free admission for our family for two adults and one child. We got there and my daughter lost her phone the staff were very supportive to her unfortunately someone...More
We came primarily to visit the airplane exhibition at MOTAT 2. It’s a challenge to find the entrance but got there in the end. Hasn’t changed much over the years but still pretty impressive. Enjoy......
Visited MOTAT again after coming as a kid 20 years ago - brought our 4 year old. Unfortunately there is a lot of construction and redevelopment going on so we found that there was not actually as much to do as we’d hoped. Definitely not...More
Well damn, I came here yeeaaarrrrssss ago, finally back in Auckland i thought i'd bring my partner and little bro here again. Was looking forward to all the little interactive games and gadgets and what not(mirror maze, lazer maze, earthquake room thing) but sadly it...More
Motat has been around for almost as long as I can remember. It’s currently under some reconstruction do some areas cannot be accessed but this is a place worth visiting. It’s great for duds with heaps of interactive displays. Your entry fee into the main...More
I took a group of people here, and afterwards we had a chat about what they thought.
We found it had slipped alot due to the lack of staff, we couldnt ask anything, the Cafe is not good, expensive and not nice. The diplays were...More
We had a great day today, 2 families with children aged 7-11, going to the hourly science shows and working through the hands on travelling roadshow and science exhibits. Both the girls and boys enjoyed experiments with mirrors, physics, anatomy, wind, dendrochronology, prisms and other...More