The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre is Marlborough's single most visited attraction. Stories, not just stuff, make this an exciting destination for all, not just history or aviation buffs. The Museum is home to two exhibitions. The first is film director Sir Peter Jackson's collection of WW1 aircraft and artifacts, Knights of Sky. The story of aviation in the Great War is brought to life in sensational sets by WingNut Film and featuring mannequins by Wētā Workshop. The rare memorabilia are worthy of any national collection and include personal items belonging to the famous Red Baron himself. Dangerous Skies is the second exhibition featuring aircraft from WW2, including an original DeHavilland Mosquito and Spitfire! Women pilots feature more prominently in this exhibition, and in a world first (outside of Russia), the Battle of Stalingrad leaps off the pages of history in a genuinely thought-provoking cinematic experience.
Entry to the WW1 & WW2 exhibitions.
Coffee bar and souvenirs available on site.
Free wifi is available for visitors.
Full refund if cancelled up to 24 hours before activity starts.
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