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The largest museum of its kind in New Zealand, MOTAT offers a fun, interactive, and educational experience. Explore our fascinating exhibitions telling stories of the history and development of New Zealand transport, technology and Kiwi ingenuity...more
There's just so much to talk about at Motat I really can't do it justice.
My daughter finds Motat boring, but the grand-children have been converted, and now enjoy a visit for an hour or two. Lots of interesting exhibits - real blast from the...More
The Aircraft Museum at MOTAT is a short ride down a side street and though it can’t compare the those in the US, it has a wonderful feel and unique experience. My last visit was with my 2 little boys 20 years ago and today...More
My husband & I visited this place at the start of August.
He found it very interesting. It was very busy on the day that
we were there with alot of school children, but that was fine.
Lots of great memorabilia to look at.
The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) is divided into 2 parts, connected by a tramway powered by an electric arc mercury rectifier. There are old cars at MOTAT 1 and also a Pioneer Village where volunteers dress up. At MOTAT 2, adjacent to Western...More
Really fun place for all age groups from tots to grandparents, MOTAT provides fun and interactive activities showcasing Transport and Technology of the past and previews of the future. There is also a wonderful Library which houses wonderful historical books, publications about Auckland's 21st and...More
Response from MOTAT_Marketing_Team | Property representative |
Hi, the Museum is open on 9 June however we do not offer special experiences for birthdays. We have a very large collection of old aircraft at our MOTAT 2 site on Meola Rd, and you can find out more about what is on at the... More
Hi, the Museum is open on 9 June however we do not offer special experiences for birthdays. We have a very large collection of old aircraft at our MOTAT 2 site on Meola Rd, and you can find out more about what is on at the Museum by visiting our website.