To commemorate the 10th anniversary of IWC’s first-ever flagship boutique, located at 1881 Heritage in Hong Kong, IWC presents a series of celebrations, including a spectacular Spitfire exhibition.
Embrace the spirit of adventure and aviation history at the exhibition, where a gleaming aluminum life-size replica of the aircraft will take center stage at the Grand Piazza. The 6-meter tall replica is a faithful reproduction of the Silver Spitfire, the restored plane set to take off on a round-the-world flight starting in August 2019.
Play the Spitfire Digital Game
Experience the Silver Spitfire yourself by playing our interactive digital game. Become the pilot and navigate the plane past obstacles, clocking in miles as you soar through the skies. Win the game challenge and redeem a prize at the exhibition!
*Gift redemption available in Hong Kong only.
Get set for an adventure
After redeeming your prize at the Spitfire Exhibition, get an up close and personal experience of the single-seater Spitfire by climbing in the cockpit and have the iconic moment captured in a picture as a keepsake.
To continue the celebration, a collection of 12 historical watches loaned from the IWC Museum in Schaffhausen, Switzerland will be showcased. Visit the 1881 Heritage Hong Kong Flagship Boutique to see the timepieces and learn the stories that have made horological history. Read more about the historical watches exhibition.
The IWC Spitfire Exhibition will be at the Grand Piazza of 1881 Heritage until 1st July 2019 and open from 10am to 10pm daily.
IWC Spitfire Exhibition
G/F, 1881 Heritage
2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Kowloon, Hong Kong
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