An amazing museum situated on an old Cold War airstrip. Apart from a great Cold War collection if migs and other newer aircraft, it had an impeccable collection if ww1 and ww2 aircraft, including some of Herman Goerings personal planes and the spectacularly mint condition aircraft that opened the 1936 Olympics. A bonus are all the missile emplacements, aa guns and vehicles from the Cold War. Staff were very friendly, I would recomend you buy the guide book as it is very informative as you go around. Even though prices are cheap in Krakow, if you go to this museum on a Tuesday entrance is free. Be aware it is closed on Mondays as are all the museums and sites in Poland.
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