The day has arrived! The Museum Dance Off 05: The Last Dance New Zealand regional round voting is open and you have until midnight NZST Tuesday 17 April to vote for us. We had a great time creating this video and hope you enjoy it too. Click the link in our bio to watch our video and vote!
Are you a plane spotter? You will have to find missing clues, crack codes and keep your eyes open to solve our new Museum Hunts! Come see us at the Front Desk or head to our website for more information #airforcemuseumnz #museumhunts #afmkids #explorethemuseum #airobserver #planespotter #hiddenclues #codebreaker #canyousolveit
April school holidays are around the corner! We still have a few spots left on our Birds, Bi-Planes and Balloons Holiday Programme, so enrol today on our website. #airforcemuseumnz #birdsbiplanesballoons #museumkids #holidayprogramme #schoolholidays #christchurchnz
Our annual Anzac Day Commemorative Service will be held in the Air Force Museum's Atrium on Wednesday 25 April 2018 at 12pm. Come along and reflect on the service and sacrifice of thousands of Kiwis who have served through years of war and peace. #airforcemuseumnz #anzacday2018 #reflect #christchurchnz
A 100 years of service is a significant milestone for an air force to reach! On 1 April 1918 the Royal Air Force was formed, and over the years so did its long-standing relationship New Zealand. The centenary is a great time to honour our shared past, while looking to the future. Pictured here is a Timaru-born Marshal of the RAF, Sir (later Lord) Samuel Charles Elworthy, inspecting RNZAF personnel at Wellington airport during an official visit as Chief of the British Defence Staff, February 1971. Image credit: PR32-3~71 © RNZAF Official #airforcemuseumnz #rafcentenary #rnzaf #100years