There may only be such a large-scale thematic "Air Force Museum" in New Zealand. Yes, it is located in a large building, two floors, spacious, and there are many aircraft on display. By visiting different rooms and exhibitions, visitors will delve into history. The exhibition includes early Air New Zealand pioneers, and the New Zealand Air Force during the World War and other wars during the war. The exhibition of the New Zealand Air Force’s civil missions is not in the war scene, there are also civil aviation aircraft exhibitions. In addition, there are also stories behind the uniformed men and women, which has a lot of interesting history. There is a cafe and souvenir shop in the building. A good place to introduce children to flying machines, from preschoolers to teenagers, and for adults to learn new knowledge. Visit is free, but donations are encouraged and welcome.
This is a great experience for me and my partner. From the moment we walked in, we were warmly welcomed by the staff and volunteers. Then we met with the tour group, but because this tour group is all composed of slow-moving elderly people, one of the tour guides came over, and he proposed to take me and my partner to visit our own tour. Great customer service and care! He is very friendly and knowledgeable and we really like the trip he leads. Language cannot describe what a great experience it is, nor can it describe how grateful we are! Thank you New Zealand Air Force Museum!