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Brussels Air Museum, Brussels

(4.3/5 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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  • This is a very nice collection of various aircrafts, with some of them dated from the very first ages of aeronautics. Totally worth it for the price ... it's free !! (been there a couple times already...  more »
  • A hall full of military and civil aircraft, to admire from the ground or just join in the cockpit. A museum where many children, without ever being too busy. Definitely worth to combine with the panorama above on the triumphal arch with a view of Brussels Centre to its suburbs (including park of Tervuren)-unless in the winter or rain weather, more info at the box office!
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  • All fans of aviation necessary to visit! Here in a big hangar can be seen and read about helicopters and military planes of different times. A courteous caretaker even offered to take a picture and allow to approach the aircraft itself) I think that describing the Museum makes no sense, because those who are interested in aviation, themselves and look, and those who are not interested in it, not say anything. Just can say that here is interesting, and the rest will try to complement the photographs)
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