Sunday 24 April,
10am - 3pm
Where: Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, 79 Aerodrome Rd, Blenheim 7272
When: Sunday, 24 April (ANZAC weekend), 2022
Tickets: $20 per adult, $10 for 5-15-year-olds; buy online or at the Gate
Parking: Marlborough Car Club Grounds, 102 Aerodrome Road from 9am.
We are looking forward to a fantastic day at Omaka, featuring the first public engine runs of the John Smith Mosquito since the 1950s. In addition, there will be an array of classic aircraft, cars, warbirds and military vehicles and entry to both the WW1 and WW2 exhibitions is included in the ticket price. But wait, there's more - all ticket holders go in the draw to be 'co-pilot' while the Mosquito engines roar!
The Mosquito engine runs are spaced throughout the day as follows:
11am, 1pm (Ticket draw winner) and 2.30-3pm-ish. The last timeslot will be up for auction, so if you miss out on the lucky draw, do not despair! You can totally buy this experience and feel guilt-free because you will be directly contributing to the upkeep of this beautiful and rare machine. Cause these birds aren't cheap!
Musician Sam Merrall will be soothing the soul while the Omaka Cafe, JJ's, Lil Orbits, and Mr Whippy will take care of any hunger pangs. There's something for everyone!
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The Museum and Cafe will open at 10am for the day.
COVID-19 Entry Event Policy
Face coverings are required (unless you hold a valid mask exemption) in all indoor areas and encouraged outdoors, especially when physical distancing is difficult. Hand sanitiser will be freely available throughout the venue. If you are feeling unwell, please stay home. Anyone displaying cold and flu-like symptoms such as a cough, runny nose or fever will be refused entry or asked to leave the premises. Thank you for your assistance.
Free parking is available off Aerodrome Road within easy walking distance to the museum. Please follow the instructions of our staff. Vehicles displaying an official mobility parking permit will be directed to a reserved area.
All proceeds go towards the future development and expansion of the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre. For more information, phone (03) 579 1305 or email firstname.lastname@example.org