The Atrium, with its light, open space and high ceiling is the perfect place to orientate yourself when you first enter the Museum.
Discover the history of New Zealand’s military aviation presented through stories, objects, photos and film – and some very life-like dioramas!
Named in honour of one of New Zealand’s most famous World War One airmen, Keith Caldwell, this gallery has a full-scale replica Sopwith Pup biplane as its centrepiece.
Originally built as an aircraft hangar during World War Two, the Aircraft Hall is home to 13 stunning vintage aircraft, all displayed under theatrical lighting.
The Conference and Events (C&E) Hall is part of the Museum’s 6,500m² extension, completed in December 2012.
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Discover a variety of engaging special exhibitions at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.