The New Zealand War Memorial is located in the center of Wellington. There are many wax figures of all kinds, all imitating realistic war scenes, which are very cruel. This is also to warn everyone to love peace and not to war.
Wellington's National War Memorial, which is dedicated to the ANZ soldiers who died during World War II, has many realistic wax figures that reproduce the brutality of the war and the separation of fellow soldiers.
The WWII memorial, a memorial for the ANZ army, is the best of all, the War Wax Museum, where each one is made as real as a living man. Representing the cruelty of the war and the sadness of the death and the separation of the comrades, it absolutely gives a heart-shock.
We paid for the tour guide and it was well worth it. The layout and presentation of the memorial was very good. You can't help but walk out, more information and totally moved the selfless people who gave their lives. A must when visiting Wellington.
This imposing Art Deco building leads visitors to reflect on the heroic sacrifice of the human and hero. The 50-meter-high memorial hall, composed of the memorial hall, the clock and the tomb of the unknown warrior. The memorial hall is divided into six small auditoriums, all designed in the chapel style. The Glockenspiel is the third largest and heaviest organ in the world and the only one in New Zealand. The bronze bell is composed of 74 bells, with a weight ranging from 13 kg to 12.5 tons and a total weight of 70.5 tons. The range spans six octaves and performs live performances for more than 200 hours a year. The tone of the bell is beautiful; when the bell rings, the music is beautiful, the sound of the beams, the ears.