Our next must-see place was the Air Force Museum in Christchurch. From the Hot Water Beach, we traveled straight to Christchurch to visit the Air Force Museum. We had to go to the Harvard Avenue for the location. Though I am a budget traveler and prefer the cheapest and most convenient travel, I have to sometimes depend on the one available easily.
Of course, the collections are those belonging to the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) and they date back to the period just before the World War I. The museum owns the responsibility of preserving the objects used by the country’s military aviation from past to the present.
The Air Force Museum conducted exhibitions time and again for which it charged a small fee from the visitors. They are held either online or at the museum. The other attraction was experiencing the aircraft through Open Cockpit experience. The others are ‘Behind the Scenes Tour’, ‘Mosquito Flight Simulator’, where one can visit the restoration projects and view the aircraft and relive the aerial raids, testing the flight skills. We took about five hours visiting each section.