Many people in the comments confuse the national transportation and toy museum with warbirds & wheels. Warbirds is the one with cafe in the east.
If you are interested in antique vehicles, the Warbirds Wheels Museum in Wanaka must be ranked first among the attractions you want to visit. Because there are many amazing vehicles on display here, and each one is beautifully presented. They also have some wearable artist costumes, both for men and women, which will definitely be fun. There is also a retro-themed coffee shop, but you have to arrive a little earlier to get the best location. Their own pie is a bit expensive, but it is definitely worth tasting.
As a military fan, this is a must-visit place, and it is also the only place where tickets are collected during the two-week self-driving tour in New Zealand. It is 17 yuan per person. It is a private museum! It mainly displays classic cars and World War II military products, and there are only two bombers!
Rows of planes were placed there and it was so impressive, but unfortunately I couldn't drive.
There is still a big difference between the fighter museum here and Malaysia. It may be because the fighter planes on display are not made in the same country. There are more diverse fighter planes with many different purposes.