This was my second visit to the museum, the first time being about ten years ago now. Several of the exhibits have changed many of the aircraft which were displayed outside the entrance have now gone. The only ones remaining are to the left of the main entrance, these being a Caravelle, Canberra, DC3 and Varsity. Parking is still opposite the museum and is free as is access to the restaurant inside the museum building. To see the inside exhibits the entry fee for an adult is 80kr which is very good value for money. You will also find a small shop inside too. A new exhibit here are the recovered remains of a swedish 'spy' DC3 which was shot down by a Russian mig over the Baltic in 1952. With the loss of all on board. It's an excellent display of the wreckage as it would have been in the sea bed before it was all recovered. Worth visiting just for this although there are many other rare aeroplanes displayed, many you will not find anywhere else. One of the better museums.
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