New Zealand Military Exhibits
The National Army Museum has a number of temporary and permanent military exhibits, showcasing unique collections of New Zealand military equipment, photos and memorabilia. Take a look at our current exhibitions to see what’s on at the Museum before you visit us at Waiouru.
Current Army Museum Military Exhibits
- Food Glorious Food: An Army Marches on its Stomach – Tells the story of how and what the New Zealanders were fed as they marched and fought to final victory during WWI.
- Somme/Silk Road – Paintings by artist David Woodings trace the changing relationship with family of an unnamed soldier fighting on the Somme in 1916.
- The Patriotic Call to Yarn is Answered – Now on display in the Tears on Greenstone – Roimata Pounamu memorial.
- Going Underground: Tunnellers of WWI – Featuring photographs by Brett Killington exploring the tunnels under Arras in France. Opening 21 April 2017.
- Heartlanders: New Zealanders of the Great War – A free outdoor exhibition telling the stories of ordinary New Zealanders during WWI. Opens 18 – 28 April, excluding weekends.