Visit the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre

Sir Peter Jackson’s collection of WW1 aircraft and artefacts. Captivating scenes depict the aircraft in context, sometimes recreating an incident that actually happened in the war. Rare memorabilia is on display, worthy of any national collection and ranges from beautifully crafted ‘trench art’ through to personal items belonging to the famous Red Baron himself.

Is the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre kid friendly?

Yes, of course! The mission and purpose of the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre is to establish a permanent ‘living’ centre of aviation heritage, which will fascinate, educate and inspire visitors of all ages.

Dangerous Skies has reopened with some exciting new displays.  The WW2 Exhibition features a range of warbirds, including a flyable Griffon powered Mk.XIVe Spitfire, Yak-3, FW-190 Focke Wulf and a 44.4ft Lockheed Hudson crashed in the depths of a Pacific island jungle!

Open 7 days:  9am – 5pm.

  • Adult (15 yrs+) – $39.00
  • Child (5 to 14 yrs) – $16.00
  • Infant (under 5) – Free
  • NZ Student – $35.00
  • Family Concession (2 adults, 2 children) – $99.00

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