An immersive and engaging experience awaits visitors as they discover the remarkable story of the liberation of Le Quesnoy and New Zealand’s wider involvement in World War I.
The English and French names refer to the New Zealand led liberation of the town of Le Quesnoy in 1918 and highlight the theme of freedom which underlies the museum.
The Te Reo Māori name – Te Arawhata – means ‘the ladder’ in English. The town was liberated by ladder, with the name also conveying an elevated pathway to higher things and the realm of knowledge.
A visiter!: https://nzliberationmuseum.com/