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WWI and WWII Combo Exhibitions at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre
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WWI and WWII Combo Exhibitions at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre
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Omaka Avation Heritage Centre presents the outstanding Knights of the Sky exhibition, featuring Sir Peter Jackson's own collection of World War One aircraft and artifacts. The story of aviation, its development and the men that flew them, is brought...more
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79 Aerodrome Road, Blenheim 7272, New Zealand
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+64 3-579 1305
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Reviewed 2 days ago

What a great example of memorabilia from World War I. Much of the exhibition was prepared by Sir Peter Jackson’s Weta Workshop and they are very lifelike and quite amazing. There are quite a number of planes on show plus uniforms, medals, photos etc. Our...More

Thank Gill H
Reviewed 3 days ago

Peter Jackson, of Lord of the Rings fame, apparently was a huge collector of WW1 planes and paraphernalia and needed a place to display it and keep it. His movie special effects people created scenes showing aircraft, pilots, rescue people which are incredibly lifelike. The...More

Thank Scott H
Reviewed 1 week ago

We intended to spend an hour wandering around but could easily have spent a full day here.mthe display was fascinating and so well presented.

Thank kevin c
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The two exhibits are expertly crafted to give an immersive but not overwhelming experience. I would highly recommend it.

Thank theatreguy2012
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very informative , well laid out, excellent carpark, Displays easy to get around with information everywhere.

Thank annroy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lovely exhibits, imaginatively presented. Knowledgeable staff and a fantastic cafe. The Army Air Corps Museum at Middle Wallop could learn a lot from this wonderful place.

Thank DorsetAndrew
Reviewed 1 week ago

This WW1 and WW2 aviation museum is slightly off the beaten track in the beautiful wine country that surrounds Blenheim. The very knowledgeable guide was on hand to answer questions although the well documented exhibits speak for themselves. A must for any aviation buff.

Thank DeeWhy51
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Have to see to get a sense of the share size of the planes, it was well presented and lots to read about the history etc

Thank Schimanski1976
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A must, even if you are not interested in airplanes or warfare. ;) I like to go museum and have been to many but this museum is unique. I mean the museum part of the First World War not the musical part from World War...More

Thank AnnicaE32
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Without going into it, it is an awe inspiring display and it is well worth while the visit. It is an aviation heritage centre so anyone especially who has aviation interests , you need to visit. All sorts of aircraft and displays. WW1 onwards..

Thank maxiesmart
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MrsNavyChaps
13 October 2017|
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Response from Rachael B | Property representative |
If your ship is docking at Waimahara then it is a 1.8km drive to Picton i-Site. There are shuttles organised by the ship's ground handlers to take passengers directly to the i-Site unless you have already booked a shore... More
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MrsNavyChaps
11 October 2017|
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Response from Rachael B | Property representative |
There is a Hop On Hop Off bus service that operates from the Picton i-site. There are shuttles that will take you here to connect with this and other independent tours/transport providers. You do not need to buy tickets to... More
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Response from Rachael B | Property representative |
There is also a new Hop On Hop Off Marlborough bus service that operates that will bring you to Omaka. This departs from the Picton i-Site, shuttles will take you from the Port to connect with this and other independent... More
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