Auckland's MOTAT Museum, in the Western Springs area, is given to the historical backdrop of innovation and transport in Auckland, New Zealand. Its prize displays identify with the New Zealand aeronautics pioneer Richard Pearse 1877-1953, who made his first flights about an indistinguishable time from the Wright siblings, while the 90 Degrees South presentation is committed to the trans-Antarctic campaign of New Zealand traveler Sir Edmund Hillary.
Different things incorporate old mentors, railroad moving stock, cable cars, and vintage autos, and a tremendous accumulation of highly contrasting photography. Transport & Technology Museum is the oldest museum in the Auckland city. Visitors come to see this historic museum and this is the one Transport & Technology Museum in this city.