National Army Museum, Waiouru, New Zealand
Honour the sacrifices, learn the campaigns, be inspired by the stories of courage, loyalty and comradeship.
Make a visit to New Zealand’s most comprehensive Army Museum for access to a unique collection of military exhibits, memorabilia and public research material. A place where families can seek out and relate to their military connections.
Open 7 days. 9.00am – 4.30pm. – (Closed Christmas Day)
Le Quesnoy: A Liberated TownAn exhibition inspired by the book Le Quesnoy: The story of the town New Zealand saved written by Glyn Harper and illustrated by Jenny Cooper.
The Mount Felix TapestryA body of work containing 44 embroidered panels depicting some of the moving personal stories of New Zealand soldiers, nurses and doctors welcomed at the New Zealand No. 2 General Hospital, Walton on Thames.
Family HistoryThe National Army Museum provides a place where families can seek out and research information about New Zealand veterans and family members who served in the armed forces...
Kidz HQThe National Army Museum is one of the best New Zealand museums for kids, combining an entertaining day out with education about our military history. With lots of fun activities...