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  • The exhibition was amazing and left me speechless


    Posted 2 weeks ago by Katie May
  • The horror, tragedy and human cost of war loomed large. I was moved to tears


    Posted 1 month ago by Marie
  • Awesome exhibition.


    Posted 1 month ago by Ian Braithwaite
  • The most moving exhibition I have ever had the privilege to experience.


    Posted 1 month ago by Keith Morris
  • This honorable place is a worthy memorial to the ANZACS. You are to be commended.


    Posted 2 months ago by Arend de Weger WO1 RAE Rtd
  • The brave men who fought in the war will be never forgotten for their act.


    Posted 2 months ago by Khloe
  • The statues are absolutely outstanding,so life-like and will stay with me forever. Amazing so moving


    Posted 2 months ago by Julia Jacob
  • My Great Great Grandfather put his life forward for New Zealand


    Posted 2 months ago by Thomas
  • Each Poppy Represents a Life


    Posted 2 months ago by Thomas
  • Amazing site and documents, respect from Turkey. "Lest we forget!"


    Posted 3 months ago by Atınç Özdemir
  • R.I.P NZ are proud of you all


    Posted 3 months ago by Eric
  • unilateral bias


    Posted 3 months ago by Matthew,
  • a brave sacrifice made by young new zealanders, that one hopes never needs to be repeated.


    Posted 3 months ago by David
  • Oh my god, you brave, amazing men!! THANK YOU SO MUCH - IT WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. FOREVER IN MY <3


    Posted 5 months ago by Keisha
  • So powerful. Such sacrifice, bravery and courage. Impossible not to be deeply moved- I left crying.


    Posted 5 months ago by Lorna Stern
  • I think if death were so close, I would give up on life because it would be too much to hope for.


    Posted 5 months ago by Ana
  • Rest in peace


    Posted 5 months ago by Em
  • Rest In Peace our bravery young men


    Posted 5 months ago by Joy Smith
  • We are so proud of your service and sacrifice. God bless you, ANZACs and thank you. Peace.


    Posted 5 months ago by Kath G
  • In memory of all the brave men & women. God bless you all.


    Posted 5 months ago by Helen
  • so brave to go without knowing what was coming #tagweta


    Posted 5 months ago by ben
  • Rest in peace


    Posted 5 months ago by Luke D
  • Great but sad


    Posted 5 months ago by Ezra D
  • Good work lads


    Posted 6 months ago by phil
  • Powerful, moving and an engaging exhibition. When next in Wellington we will visit again.


    Posted 6 months ago by Rob & Jen Lindsay
  • A tragedy when working men are compelled to slaughter other working men for nothing but human greed.


    Posted 6 months ago by Ralph Lawrence
  • thanks for fighting xoxo


    Posted 7 months ago by Sophie
  • best wishes peps


    Posted 7 months ago by Abigaiol
  • The big people are so cool and so life like like the hairys on the hands


    Posted 7 months ago by russell
  • Its solo interesting


    Posted 7 months ago by Maddy
  • It was amazing and the sculptures were so realistic and there was heaps of information.


    Posted 8 months ago by Kura
  • It was amazing very attractive design


    Posted 8 months ago by BJGrains
  • It was cool


    Posted 8 months ago by maio
  • The display was awesome you have done very well. It was worth coming all the way to Wellington for.


    Posted 8 months ago by Leah McLaughlin
  • it was amazing


    Posted 8 months ago by lexi
  • Thanks to those that sacrificed their lives for the land of the long white cloud, we love you thanks


    Posted 8 months ago by Peter Pan
  • Thanks for serving and saving my ass


    Posted 10 months ago by Angad
  • Thanks for serving and saving my ass


    Posted 10 months ago by Angard
  • This is such a moving piece of art. If there were any living soldiers they would be thanking you.


    Posted 10 months ago by Bella Nakaroti
  • Such a moving exhibition makes us take a step back and reflect


    Posted 10 months ago by Barbara Pleace
  • this is lovely


    Posted 10 months ago by tamara hoff
  • Hope you have a good fight and rip to the ones who died


    Posted 10 months ago by From Emma
  • To those who didn't come home and to those who did and told us about it


    Posted 10 months ago by Brian Potter
  • An outstanding exhibit.


    Posted 11 months ago by Rob
  • Heart-wrenching.


    Posted 11 months ago by Nicole Barratt
  • we should never have war.


    Posted 11 months ago by Clara
  • good fight may god be with you lel


    Posted 11 months ago by justin
  • Fantastic website. A lot of useful information here. I'm sending it to a few pals ans also sharing in delicious. And naturally, thank you in your sweat! ekeeeddebgbf


    Posted 11 months ago by Johng486
  • Visited in March. Although we're Australian, we were still overwhelmed. Heart wrenching exhibit.


    Posted 11 months ago by Max and Sue Jaynes
  • Thank you for fighting in our country


    Posted 11 months ago by teatawhai
  • An extremely moving exhibition. The behind the scenes videos online are superb too. 5 stars!


    Posted 11 months ago by Rob
  • Wow, what an exhibit, very moving. However I didn't buy a tshirt "why aren't you in Khaki"


    Posted 11 months ago by Thomas
  • The most moving exhibition I've ever seen.Kiwis were hard hit in that ghastly & wasteful campaign


    Posted 11 months ago by Gillian Lewis
  • sorry lottie to hear of your brother :( i would be heartbroken sorry


    Posted 11 months ago by dhruti
  • Very emotive and moving to hear their story and of their bravery under hostile conditions


    Posted 11 months ago by Vanessa
  • Really Cool


    Posted 12 months ago by eva
  • As a Scotsman visiting today, I was moved to tears. I can't imagine how this must feel for a Kiwi.


    Posted 12 months ago by Steve McCormack
  • No matter where you are who you are or what you are We Will Remember You


    Posted 1 year ago by Mahinarangi Tangiwai Scott
  • Brave and honourable people fighting for justice. Life is precious. Never again. Communication. RIP


    Posted 1 year ago by Julia
  • overwhelming with dignity and honor.


    Posted 1 year ago by H Kim
  • What a wonderful exhibition. I cried like a child.


    Posted 1 year ago by Russell
  • RIP to the brave and courageous soldiers that fought for our country in Gallipoli


    Posted 1 year ago by Sonja
  • My 1st visit to Wellington-this exhibition was a must and it didn't disappoint, v moving, brilliant.


    Posted 1 year ago by Norah Brennan
  • I was at the 100th at ANZAC Cve and this was equally moving


    Posted 1 year ago by Karen Gillie
  • We will never forget what we lost what we gained and who we are #You


    Posted 1 year ago by Riana Tayere
  • Very interesting


    Posted 1 year ago by lukas
  • You have done your forebears proud. This exhibition alone made our trip to New Zealand worthwhile.


    Posted 1 year ago by David & Maggie Mottram
  • This should be mandatory for all mothers to see. There would be no more war. Words not needed.


    Posted 1 year ago by Marianne Lebre
  • all of you did an amazing job for us


    Posted 1 year ago by Marewa
  • We will remember you and may we never forget how you contributed to our freedom.


    Posted 1 year ago by Leo Ameron
  • RIP


    Posted 1 year ago by Rosemary Cole
  • Moving, informative yet not dry, can be appreciated by the general public and historians alike.


    Posted 1 year ago by Anna a Campo
  • LBJ once said 'War is always the same, it is young men dying in the fullness of their promise.'


    Posted 1 year ago by Peter Dixon
  • Stomach wrenching to know we're still doing these things to each other. You'd think we'd learn..


    Posted 1 year ago by Anon
  • My grandfather served at Gallipoli but he survived and went on to France . Wounded at Somme in 1917


    Posted 1 year ago by Lynley
  • My great uncle was killed at Kaiiajak Arghala or Hill60 on the 28th of August 1915 He was 25.


    Posted 1 year ago by Tony Shaw
  • Complete, utter waste of expendable, cannon fodder NZ and Australian lives by British commanders!


    Posted 1 year ago by Rosemary Cole
  • As a nurse I have great admiration for the New Zealand nurses who cared for our soldiers.


    Posted 1 year ago by Joyce Hood
  • Captured the lives and experience magnified on a giantic scale. How personal to be on their journey


    Posted 1 year ago by Lea
  • I was truly moved by the exhibition. The essence of the conflict came through.


    Posted 1 year ago by Margie R
  • my mum was a solider she throught it was fun


    Posted 1 year ago by Somiko
  • They thought they were going on a great adventure but it was not like that at all


    Posted 1 year ago by David
  • Such a waste of wonderful young lives


    Posted 1 year ago by Sharman
  • Can't even feeling! War was a real not a part of movies, any reality show program. Take care. Bless you.


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • War is never the answer


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Hate war


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • George W. Evans 3rd Officer HMNZHS Marama


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • For Uncle Rolly WW2


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Why sacrifice our young people for political gain. Rest in peace


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • When will they ever learn. When will we ever learn


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • I wouldn’t be here and feel safe because of you!


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • May none of my children ever go to war. Alma


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • A waste of many lives at the orders of little and few men. Heartbreaking to imagine, forever grateful for these brave men and women's sacrifices. As a nurse it is hard to imagine how they managed and what they had to care for the wounded. Amazing exhibition.


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • James William Clark. Lest we forget


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Kenneth Russell. Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Palestine. Joined late as on a ship to Aussie in 1914. Ended up in Palestine.


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • For Grandad's Dad


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Very emotional. Grateful!


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • God bless the soldiers and their families


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • A tribute to all those brave people who under command did their very best and gave their lives


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Help me with my questions God


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • With love and respect to all who passed


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • I can't even begin to imagine if this happened today how and if we could cope. Knowing what happens in war I don't think anyone would want to go. Fighting for your country just doesn't seem enough!


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • I hate war. I hope never doing like this again


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Humbled. Love and light x


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • RIP Dad


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Great Popa. Lest we forget


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Thanks and RIP to our ancestors.


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Tim KIA Afghanistan


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Dear great, great Grandpa we will always love you and remember you


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Frank Craven


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • God be with the families left behind


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Thank you for giving your lives so we could have a better life


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • So much loss, so much to remember


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Love and commitment xx


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • For those who lost their lives - we thank you today and always


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • I love you Grandad


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • We will always remember your brutal war


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Thank you for everything. I now understand what it was like. RIP


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Fantastic, so eye opening and realistic. Very emotional. Lest we forget x


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Nice work boys


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Ka aroha xx


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Great Grand Uncle Edward Rickman - killed at Gallipoli. Not forgotten, still missed.


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • We owe you so much


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • You are awesome for what you have done for our country - Ava xx


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Thank you!


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Memories with you


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • May they all rest in peace


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Least we forget. Lives lost in vain


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Rest in peace - you have changed everything for the good


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • We shall remember


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Lest we forget - age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Thank you for giving your lives so we could have a better life


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Pride and sadness overwhelms


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Grandpa George. Thinking of you on 15 Sept 16 at the Somme


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Love Maureen


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • What a wonderful exhibition - my grandfather would be proud of our respect for the Anzacs


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Daddy Jack


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Thank you. From a French girl


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • For my Jackman great-great-uncle who died in Belgium. And for all the others who have no-one to remember their names.


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Lester Jarratt RIP


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • Let's learn


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • "Glorious"?


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor
  • RIP We will miss you. Thank you for everything


    Posted 1 year ago by An Exhibition Visitor