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MOTAT (Museum of Transport & Technology)

Cnr Great North Rd & Meola Rd, Western Springs, New Zealand, 1022 - View the map

MOTAT is the largest museum of its kind in New Zealand and promises an interactive and exciting experience for both young and old. Learn about New Zealand's transport and technological evolution and visit the award-winning Aviation Display Hall where you can get up close to iconic military and civil aircraft. Get hands-on with their science and technology exhibitions and experience the inside story behind by some of New Zealand's most prominent entrepreneurs and innovators. Located across two sites and connected by a vintage tram ride past beautiful Western Springs park. MOTAT is open all year round and regularly hosts special events and activities so visit their website for more information about what you can look forward to on for your next visit to MOTAT..

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+64 9 815 5800

Free phone:
0800 668 286

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