Located in one of the wings of the majestic Cinquantenaire, this - free entrance - museum is well worth a visit. There is so much to see that you can easily spend a few days over there. And then you suddenly arrive in an impressive hall made out of glass, with hundreds of airplanes. Of all makes, military, civilian (a Caravelle from Sabena)... all maintained by an army of volunteers, spending their free time putting those machines back in shape. You wonder how they ever got some of those planes in the centre of Brussels, and then in that hall.
Certainly worth a visit!
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