We offer a broad range of primary education programmes, all closely linked to and designed for the New Zealand School Curriculum.
Discover our amazing displays, which offer insight into Air Force life during the World Wars through to the present day. Students will love exploring the Museum, full of amazing aircraft and personal stories.
Come to the Air Force Museum and be an Air Force pilot! A wonderful interactive learning experience and great for photo opportunities.
Through a series of hands-on activities, discover how the inclined plane, the wedge, the screw, the lever, and the wheel and axle help make life easier in the world of air transport.
This hands-on programme introduces children to the concept of flight, looking at the physical properties of air and its relation to flight.
Through a series of practical activities, learn about the parts of an aircraft and the principles of flight.
Learn all about airports and air travel at the Air Force Museum! A fast-paced and interactive programme where children get to board a real aircraft.
This highly interactive programme covers both the RNZAF’s role in the Pacific during World War Two and in Search and Rescue today.
Learn about rationing and ration packs in World War Two, then split into teams to cook and eat a modern day New Zealand Defence Force ration pack.
This programme utilises our ‘Captured!’ Prisoner of War (POW)-themed exhibition space, which follows the journey of Kiwi airmen captured as POWs in Europe during World War Two.
This programme gives students the opportunity to examine and try on a range of Air Force clothing used in World War 2, then compare it to equipment used today.
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