A memorable experience in a totally unexpected location. World class venue and not just a museum. Go there.
About Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre
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I cannot use too many praise words to describe this attraction. It has a truly unique collection of planes the likes of which I had not seen in other aviation museums. Their collection of WW1 planes was especially impressive. The dioramas were very well done...More
This is an outstanding attraction, part museum and part recreation of famous aircraft, battles and aces of WWI and WWII. I managed to convince my wife to go with me and even she said she enjoyed it, and we didn't rush either. If you want...More
Don't miss this gem of a museum - features expertly refurbished aircraft displayed in dramatic dioramas. Also an extensive collection of uniforms, instruments and personal items belonging to famous Allied and Axis pilots. See the Red Baron's triplane. Stunning presentation describing the unfathomly large number...More
Really enjoyed this visit and learned a great deal, particularly about the First World War and the role of aviation. The exhibits were first class, with lots of great information. Not your typical "museum " experience.
Sir Peter Jackson has collected an amazing treasure trove of First World War artifacts. Then you get to the life size soldier lying in his bunk - so realistic ! Courtesy of Weta Workshops. The aircraft are stunning, some original, most replicas but so brilliantly...More
For a tiny little town and a smallish museum, this one impresses. Great displays that are realistically set up. Guides are knowledgeable and enthusiastic. For someone who has had to endure too many museums with her history fanatic husband, I was quite impressed. Not bored...More
Thank you Trudy, your review made us smile, a lot!