The Tram ride between the two sites was my personal highlight, very interesting afternoon out. The Museum Of Transport is fascinating with a huge amount of in-depth information and displays.
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RECOMMENDED FOR YOUNG KIDS and AVIATION ENTHUSIASTS! Before I went to MOTAT, I didn't realise there were two! MOTAT consists of two areas... tickets start from $20 and includes a ride to and from each site in a tram for free! My most favourite was...More
Motat is best described as to museums linked by a vintage tramway .The so called Motat 2 or the Sir Keith Park memorial park in Meola Road is an outstanding complex by world standards. It consist of a large modern aircraft hall that feature a...More
We found this to be a bit monotonous. Hardly anyone there the day we went. Unfortunately didnt get time to take the tram ride to the other part of complex.
Pleasantly surprised to see some new displays. Take your time and read some of the information and you'll enjoy the experience even more. Recommend going on the Live Day, which is the Third Sunday each month.
MOTAT is spread over two sections, linked by a free tram service. Most of the historic aircraft are now safely preserved and displayed under cover inside large hangars. A large Short Solent flying boat from the early 1950s is particularly interesting because very few of...More
Nice place to go with children with a lot of activities and technologies to find out. The tramway between 2 different sites is pleasant and really cool. You can eat to the café if you have patience to wait for and if the waiter doesn't...More
This is an amazing museum. If you're an airplane buff you'll love this place. There are planes from several eras to view and read about their histories. Had a great time and spent several hours on a leisurely strole thru this museum.
Pleasing to find Super Gold Card holders are free, which makes it a reasonably priced, interesting outing to better understand the history of Auckland and New Zealand. There is plenty to see and lots of activities for children as well as the tram ride to...More
I hadn't been to MOTAT in years and was pleasantly surprised to see so many new interactive and fun exhibits. I would definitely recommend going on a Sunday when the print shop is going as well as the steam train, horse and carriage and double...More