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Brussels Air Museum, Brussels

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
The AELR (Air Espace Lucht Ruimtevaart) is a non- profit organisation (ASBL) responsible for the restoration of aircraft and historical documentation of Belgian aviation heritage both military and civil starting from the earliest days of flight up until the present day. Other aircraft exhibits from other countries are also included.
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  • The place seems great. Unfortunately, I could only look through the glass, on the outside, because it had already closed when I found out. I would love to have had the opportunity to return, there are several models of airplanes exposed.
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  • Discovered suddenly near the Arc de Triomphe of Jubilee Park. Not everyday you see a collection of many large machines once used for takeoff. In some you can even come and take some pictures but beyond that frankly I have nothing left. The ticket is also expensive, about 10 euros ...
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  • Merode station within walking distance to the West, and appears on the Arc de Triomphe. Have a museum here on the right. Excellent, fighters or weapons, etc. Admission free of charge.
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