Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Ensure your Art Deco Festival is a memorable by experiencing the wide variety of 1920s inspired transport options to and from festival and during your stay. Choose from a DC-3 flight, Vintage Car Rides, dinner on a railcar, the possibilities are endless.

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18 - 21

February -

Ardmore Airport to Hawke's Bay Airport

Fly DC-3 – Low & Slow To Deco

Discover the joy of yesterday's travel, today! Consider making your journey from Auckland to the Napier Art Deco Festival in a glamorous vintage DC-3 airliner.

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Free
19 - 21

February -

Napier Soundshell, Emerson Street and Marine Parade, Napier.

Memorial Flying Displays

Supported by Hawke's Bay Airport

You will hear them before you see them! Watch the skies over the city and foreshore as

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20 - 21

February 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Beacons Aerodrome (Hawke’s Bay Airport). Entry is through the main airport entrance off SH2.

Flying Down To Deco

Relive the pioneer days of aviation with a rare chance to see WW2 and vintage aircraft in static display. These amazing flying machines are a must-see for any budding pilot.

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Free
20 - 21

February -

Departs opposite the Napier Soundshell Marine Parade, Napier.

Traction Trundle

‘In a Realm of Power, Steam is King’. The rattle of machinery, the smell of smoke and unbridled power. All aboard!

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Free
20

February 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Emerson St, and outside the Art Deco Masonic Hotel.

Once Were Wild Ones

Listen to the thunderous roar of these 1920s and 1930s vintage motorcycles as they parade their magnificent machines behind the Vintage Car Parade.

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21

February 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Napier Station, Munroe Street, Napier.

Railcar Ride To Sunday Otane Market

A fabulous morning out for all the family! Experience the Hawke’s Bay countryside on board the railcar to Otane

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