See the signs and popped in, A fabulous little museum, lots of interesting stories and some lovely aircraft. 7 Euro’s each well spent. Well worth a visit
About Malta Aviation Museum
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Not the nicest aviation museum I' ve ever been, a small museum for a small island, even considering the role Malta had in the war. Worth a look on your way to the airport.
Near the National Football Stadium and Craft Village. Interesting displays of aircraft and parts including Spitfire and Hurricane and DC3 Dakota. History of exhibits and Equipment. 7 euros entrance and you could spend an hour or two looking around. Souvenirs and refreshments available.
Loved this place, not big, not hugh exhibits but the feel of it is right. Some of the wrecked gear awaiting restoration is great, a JU 88A canopy just hung on the wall, Swordfish needing massive work, but it oozes the history of aircraft from...More
We stopped here from a trip on the Hop on Bus. It is definitely worth a visit. It is also beside the National Football Stadium and a number of craft shops.
So much to see. Sparsely funded but loads of effort put in by the volunteers/workers. It would be even better if there was more funding and support to help with the building. Staff/ volunteers very appreciative of visitors. Nicely kept drinks area, cafe and small...More
For anybody interested in aviation then this museum is a must. It contains about 30 aircraft ranging from Spitfire and Hurricane to 'modern jets'. Aero engines, instruments, uniforms and the history of Malta's wartime in models surround the aircraft. Aircraft are in condition from fully...More
If you are in Malta and interested in anything related to the WWII struggle that went on for the island, this is worth a visit. Part modern museum, part spares store it has enough to hold the interest throughout the two main halls, where the...More
We only had a short time here as it was part of a multiple place tour but although small was interesting.