Museum Malaga Airport is located in the airport’s original terminal and according to info we were told this building was Malaga Airport around 20 years until late 1960's, then Aeroclub and finally became General Aviation Terminal.
Museum presents the evolution of air transport and the affects on the development of tourism locally.
There are objects of different airports in Spain with regards to aviation/airports and aircrafts. Old airport control tower or cockpit of an old aircraft can also be visited. No admission, it is free.
If you have time at the airport just enjoy the museum, nice place, especially for kids.
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