Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre

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  • Blenheim: Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre Admission Ticket

    1. Blenheim: Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre Admission Ticket

    Discover two world-class aviation exhibitions at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre. Explore the original "Knights of the Sky" exhibition, featuring Sir Peter Jackson's collection of WWI aircraft and artifacts. Learn about the story of aviation during the Great War, which is brought to life in sensational sets created by an internationally acclaimed production company and a special effects company. Make your way to the "Dangerous Skies" exhibition which features aviaton stories from World War II. Learn of tales of valor and tragedy from the British Isles, the forests of Germany, the defence of Russia, and the steaming hot jungles of South East Asia. Admire the two star attractions of the exhibition, the world's only flyable Mk1 Avro Anson, and a Griffon powered Mk.XIVe Spitfire.

    This is an excellent aviation museum to visit - incredible artefacts, professional and easy-to-view displays as well as a wealth of well-researched historical information to read. Only one disappointment was the lack of any kind of nutritious food at the cafe - perhaps this is due to COVID limitations in sourcing good product, but it's probably best for visitors to know this beforehand; it certainly doesn't reflect the otherwise spectacular museum.

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This is an excellent aviation museum to visit - incredible artefacts, professional and easy-to-view displays as well as a wealth of well-researched historical information to read. Only one disappointment was the lack of any kind of nutritious food at the cafe - perhaps this is due to COVID limitations in sourcing good product, but it's probably best for visitors to know this beforehand; it certainly doesn't reflect the otherwise spectacular museum.