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The museum is a living and working museum, which is a prime attraction for all family members of all ages. It exhibits a collection of around 18 aircraft, aircraft engines, airfield equipment, uniforms, model aircraft and much more. Among its prime...more
Ta' Qali Crafts Village, Ta' Qali, Island of Malta 4000, Malta
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ive been to Malta previously, and kicked myself once i realized that this museum existed!
So i made it one of my holiday goals to visit this place.
its a great place to kill a couple of hours with a handful of hangers and memorial...More
I cannot say how good this place is. The planes are great but what really moved me was the video which is about an hour long but really worth the wait.
It is amazing what the people from Malta went through during ww2 and I...More
Located on an old RAF airfield in the village of Ta’Qali, this museum is about a five minute drive from Mdina and given Malta’s small size maybe less than thirty minutes from everything else. The museum has a very focussed mission of preservation and restoration...More
Considering the incredible beating that Malta took in World War Two and the heroic story of survival, anyone serious about understanding the history of these small but strategically important islands must take a visit to this museum. On display are examples of some of the...More
Museum is a labour of love for the volunteers. It was 15 years since we had last visited and was worth a repeat visit. We spent around 2 hours there and combined it with a visit to Mdina on a rainy morning.
I have visited museums all over and this small museum is up there with the best.
Space is a premium and not all exhibits listed are visible but for any enthusiast this museum is a must.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff
Loads of history but looking tired, some of the displays are very informative but difficult to read and the whole place could do with some investment. There are some good display however and the Spitfire and Hurricane of course are worth seeing for air enthusiasts....More
Just catching up with my posts. Anything aviation I am up for and this museum is worth a visit. FIRST tip as you arrive turn through the gates and park within the premises. A group of turists blocked my entrance waiting for thier bus pick...More
Very good, and don't miss out out by looking behind the end hangar where they had two Huey's (German registered). Did not get the two registrations of the two cockpits directly outside (to the side) the main entrance, but a good morning well spent.
Well worth a visit, more so for us as we had complementary tickets but that meant we were able to buy a DVD and donate. Lots of exhibits and no annoying guides so we could spend several hours walking around. There isn't much left in...More