Torpedo Bay Navy Museum - Auckland
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See a unique collection of historical objects that range from functional to ceremonial, representing a full spectrum of Royal NZ Navy experiences. The museum includes social & personal items that illustrate the lives of our naval personnel, both at sea and onshore.
Examine the collection of historic swords, firearms, ammunition and uniforms. Research the history of New Zealand from a naval perspective - covering the 1860's NZ Wars, both World Wars and the Korean War.
Gain a deeper understanding of the Navy's role in the celebrations on Waitangi Day. Immerse yourself in the work of the Navy from Captain James Cook's time up until the present day.
Opening hours 10am - 5pm daily (closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday)
Entry is Free.
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