This is the afternoon trip choice, not let us down. My son says it's one of the best museums he's ever seen. It shows information in various ways, and there are many interactive links. He was disappointed that he was not allowed to take more photos, but he could understand why. He likes the medals and can use the computer to find out more information about them. He also likes this way. It's a good way to end this visit in a small cafe.
The museum is a little far from the wharf. It walks about 2 kilometers. Along the way, besides absorbing fresh air, it can also take exercise. Visits are free, but no photos can be taken inside. The Pavilion is small, mainly to show the history of the New Zealand Navy, the living life of the ship is also introduced.
It's not a big place, but there are plenty of things in it. If you have time, you can come over and have a look.
Located in Torpedo Bay, Auckland, not far from Mount Victoria, the Royal New Zealand Navy often holds official events there, close to Davenport, New Zealand's largest military port. Although not big, but rich in content and collection. Staff will provide free explanations.
Tickets are a little expensive. Those who are interested in maritime affairs are worth seeing. Can understand the history of navigation, like the era of large voyages and maritime-related will like, there are many boats to see, take children to a good choice. The museum is located in the viaduct harbor with modern appearance.
Naval knowledge is very comprehensive. From ancient times to today, the history of naval development shows a very comprehensive, well done.
Located on the northern coast of Auckland, visitors can learn about the development and combat history of the Royal New Zealand Navy.