Absolutely fascintaing place with many hands-on exhibits as well as historical details regarding the development on Norway's aviation sector and an enormous number of planes on show including the U2 spyplane.
From the earliest days of norway's flight pioneers right up to the modern day, this wonderful collection really charts the course of the Norwegian air industry's history.
Special mention must be made of the exhibits relating to the war and occupation of Norway, its connextions to the Flying Boat squadrons based in my native Scotland and the U2 plane on display.
The museum itself is a modern well-appointed building and a credit to the small town of Bodø where it is housed, which is also the site of a Royal Norwegian Airforce base so when you're finished viewing the exhibits you have the chance to see the modern fighter jets of the Norwegian Airforce racing through the skies over the town.
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