Museum of Aviation

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Museum of Aviation
4.5
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Attenzione Attrazione
Florence, Italy80 contributions
Nice Museum, but Outside The City!
Apr 2021
First there is no road sign from any direction for the museum.
You must follow the sign for the Belgrade Airport and then when you take exit from the highway, after 500m follow the direction for the parking and turn left. The museum is on the right and the parking is free. Only a few spots available but there isn't a lot of people visiting this museum. Which is a pity because it is the best one in the country!!!
Ticket price is 3 EUR per person and 7 EUR if you want to take a pictures inside.
You have a ground floor with small exhibition and flight simulator, which is a 18 EUR per 15 min in a Boing, then first and second floor. And a small part outside that you can walk.
But is really good and you should visit if you have time, because it is about 30 min from the city center and you will need a vehicle.
Airplanes are old and outdated, and if you like that kind of exhibition you will have a great time.
Written May 24, 2021
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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Spain8,279 contributions
Very interesting museum with a lot of real airplanes
Nov 2019 • Friends
Museum of Aviation is located in the surroundings of Belgrade, close to the Airport, so it was the last visit in our trip in Serbian Country, just before going to airport. We visited it in November-2019 and it was a very interesting museum, because here you can learn a lot about aviation, especially airplanes used in wars (i.e. Balcan Wars or World Wars). Really a place to learn about aviation and technical concepts, and the perfect place to airplane-lovers. The building is a bit degraded, so I think that it should be better maintained. However walking around it seeing a lot of airplanes is very nice.
Written April 19, 2020
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Tapanux
Wieliczka, Poland5 contributions
some nice aircraft. But all of them are dusty and badly exposed. And we really need english descriptions of items.
Aug 2019
Some nice and rare aircraft. Excitong architecture! But all of them are dusty and badly exposed. And we really need english descriptions of items. There is anouced USA invisible F117 Nighthawk inside... No lot of remain, just a part of wing :-)
Very dirthy toilet :-(
Written January 26, 2020
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Slobodan S
84 contributions
Unique combination of aircrafts
Feb 2019
During cold war Yugoslavia received planes from east and west. Also produced own models. Part of exhibition are the remnants of NATO planes and cruising rockets downed over Yugoslavia during 1999. war.
Written January 4, 2020
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John C
Ottawa, Canada360 contributions
Aircraft you will see nowhere else - go now
Nov 2019
The aviation museum showcases the aviation technological history of Yugoslavia for nearly a century.
Although the facility is not grand, it houses an amazing collection of things not to be seen anywhere else.
In addition to Yugoslav-designed and produced aircraft you never heard of, there are a number of both eastern and western aircraft, as befitted Yugoslavia's unique position during the Cold War.
Written December 16, 2019
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Dragos D
Bucharest, Romania371 contributions
Looks old and still aging
Nov 2019
Except the plane cabin simulator (of a Boeing 737) - which b.t.w. costs extra, the rest of the exhibition is rather dusty and the building itself is showing its age. Dusty, rusty (for the outside planes)... I find it just a bit over average, maybe a good starting point for the kids to learn to love planes and aviation.
Written December 7, 2019
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Ivan M
Moscow, Russia27 contributions
Nothing interesting.
Nov 2019
Nothing interesting. This is cemetery of old planes. Not far from airport. There is no pavement to get it))
Written December 2, 2019
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florinsandu
Cluj-Napoca, Romania109 contributions
valuable exponates
Jul 2019 • Family
The place is in the process of upgrading. But you can find some very interesting aircrafts, one of them full of history. And the invisible plane was there....parts of it...
Written August 4, 2019
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Lewis
Glasgow, UK11 contributions
Reeally interesting museum
Jul 2019 • Solo
Love this place, been back a few times. Its a little bit more expensive than other museums and there arent many staff around to ask for help, but the volume of planes scattered all around the inside and outside of the buildings mean that doesnt matter much. Everything from early aviarion history to WW2 to cold war relics to Yugoslavian airlines passenger plane. Can climb in one of the practice planes to look at the dials.
Written July 18, 2019
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Martin
Wallisellen, Switzerland467 contributions
Absolutely a must for airplane interested
Jun 2019 • Solo
I had seen it on Google maps but didn't pay much attention. When my taxi on the way to the airport drove past it, I thought, darn, I should have visited.
As if it was a wish, my Swiss flight was once more delayed so I was glad to go straight to the museum after dropping off the bags. It's about 10 minutes max by foot from the terminal.
Coolest building to start with and a plendora of old planes and even shotdown American planes and pieces from the war. Amazing selections in and around the building.
Cannot suggest a visit more. This kind of museum does not exist elsewhere. It's is a bit more expensive than the art museum in town, but do it, even if it is just for an hour if you are into military planes. It's cool. Behind the museum there are several rows of old planes from the cold war. In front of it there is a mock-up of a Mig that was used to fool the Nato... A piece of history come alive.
Written July 8, 2019
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