We were expecting just a collection of vintage planes but this museum is more special than that. It has a great collection of original and reproductions of World War I planes presented in an exciting way with realistic models of the pilots and other troops in their surroundings. The display of posters from that era is also fascinating. There is a souvenir shop in the entrance foyer with a small cafe and on the large windows are photos and bios of the 13 All Blacks, who died during the Great War . . . This museum is well worth a visit - and not just for the boys in the family!
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