Spent most of the day there. Very good museum. Rated top 3 in the world. Lots of info and aeroplane models from world war 1 and 2 that are still operational today. Worth the visit.
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I attended the Classic Fighters Airshow for the fourth time including the Aviation Heritage Centre and have never been disappointed with either. The dioramas in which the aircraft are positioned are outstanding, with special stories attached to most of the displays. Sir Peter Jackson's collection...More
The greeting is warm and friendly. The exhibits are well-presented and extremely interesting. It is supported by a great cafe. The entry price is not inexpensive but is good alue.
I attend the Warbirds airshow this year, what a hoot! Just brilliant, set in the beautiful vineyards of Marlborough. My airplane nutter Mate and I purchased platinum tickets and had the best of the seating, food and NZ wines to enjoy while watching a spectacular...More
I bring young people that I am mentoring here everytime I have a new young person. It's mind blowing for some of them and I love to see how much they get out of it.
We visited the air show. It was excellent. The highlight of the show was the fireworks display but I really enjoyed the aerobatics and the fire dancers as well. The food stalls were interesting and varied and we were able to try local wine and...More
There are a number of original military aircraft from the first and second world wars and some excellent replicas. What could occupy you for many hours are the collections of associated paraphernalia: miltary uniforms; equipment; photographs; letters; information about important military aviation pioneers. I could...More
We spent 3 hours at this brilliant Centre. Went through both the 1st & 2nd World War exhibitions. Just fantastic. Would live to visit again. The Guides moving through the exhibition offered some very interesting insights into the exhibition. Thoroughly recommended.
We visited this museum in January this year. It was the second time for me and the first for my husband and son. It is an amazing place. Peter Jackson has used his creative genius well and made a museum display well worth going to...More
We went to see this in 2013 when visiting NZ for three months on our motor bikes I just thought the WW1 planes were wonderful and wanted to see some of them flying Come 2017 we made the trip to the Airshow and also revisited...More