Aeroseum is something that you must experience for yourself. You need to travel a bit to get there, depending on where you are staying. We were near the central station so we had to take the tram, then a bus, and then walk roughly 400-600m. It is located on the edge of the airport, down a long road to the underground bunker. Staff there is super friendly and helpful and also speak English if you need help. Entrance is free with the Gothenburg city card. Once inside you will be shocked at just how big the place is. There is lots of information on the history and building of the bunker as well as the cold war and about each exhibit you see (information is available in English and Swedish). There are planes, jets, cars, war equipment, simulators, and more. Lots and lots of photo opportunities available. You can climb inside a lot of the jets and get a feel for what it would be like to fly in one. The museum feels like it is run by a group of volunteers who have a passion for flying and the industry, so there isn't a whole lot of consistency in the exhibits, and some areas are closed off where you can just see loads of miscellaneous equipment that has been donated. Some people were there doing hobbies as well. There is a small cafe and gift shop there as well. If your feet can handle the walk, you must go and see if for yourself.
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