Visited the WW2 display this time. Great display and great commentary by staff . Also great piece on Russia and their involment in this war
About Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre
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If you have a few days take a beak from the vineyards and visit this unique attraction. The lifelike figures add to the atmosphere . Allow at least 2 hours
I could have spent hours here, rather than two. Beautifully presented with lots of interesting aircraft and memorabilia, all of which gave an coherent story. One of the best exhibitions of its kind that I have seen. Not just something for a rainy day, well...More
Omaka aviation heritage centre is very very good. The displays are beautifully done. You can really appreciate these aircraft. Many are flying examples that are rolled out and flown regularly! Epic must see attraction.
I am rewriting this review due to an error that I made by giving it only a 1 rating instead of a 5. This was in 2015. I apologize for this error. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. This is a wonderful museum that...More
Thank you for correcting this it is much appreciated! We hope you will come again and view the new addition to the museum, the WWII exhibition Dangerous Skies.
The collection of airplanes of the famous NZ director it’s fascinating. Mint condition facilities with very good guided tours that would tell you all the details of the WWI and WWII aviation history. Great to visit with kids or teenagers that are into aviation and...More
Incredibly realistic dioramas of scenes from WW1. No detail is over looked! From the nurses driving their ambulance through muddy fields to battles in the air.
I have to say that I wouldn't call myself a fan of plane museums and that on several previous visits to Blenheim I have resisted suggestions to visit this centre ... but I was so wrong! It is a spectacularly beautiful display of planes and...More
This WWI / WWII museum brilliantly fills in an easy hour in each exhibit hall. The exhibits are wonderful as you would expect via Peter Jackson and Weta workshop. Friendly guided tours are available or you can walk around under your own steam. Really enjoyed...More