Having read in both the hotel and on the museum's website about the significance of airships in the early development of Svalbard, this looked like an interesting place to visit. It is just behind the Svalbard museum, on the other side of the road (nearest the fjord).
However, it has now closed for the winter and will reopen in February 2014, just in case you were planning a trip just to see it.
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