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Kbely Aviation Museum, Prague

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  • If you have a child and your spouse into a plane definitely Prague you should add your trip. To this day the best Aviation Museum I've ever seen.
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  • Free admission, away from the center of Prague, but accessible by metro and bus, has a huge collection of Russian airplanes and helicopters, the staff does not speak English well on the spot, but it's...  more »
  • The Museum is relatively easy to reach, even though it is very far away by public transport. Yes others here have described how exactly to go. The Museum is free and I couldn't believe it. A large number mil helicopter and MiG mostly or Sovietjets is located outdoors. Then there's a giant Hall, which is so packed, you can almost see some aircraft over! There is an arrangement outside the hangars after topics: E.g. biplane and WW1, or early jets of all Nations etc. I really wanted the donation box and unfortunately not found. I would have gladly donated this loving and huge exhibition. It mostly elderly people who lead the supervision and are very benevolent sit in each hangar. My highlight was the Soyuz 28 space capsule the FACT (not a replica, not a model!) was in orbit and is returned through the atmosphere to the Earth. The authenticity of this capsule with its charred outer skin, their confinement and yet security against the nothingness of the universe, impressed me much as 10000 years old cave paintings in France. Perhaps understands which one or what I've perceived others there. Tip: Food and drinks take the lunch counter was closed, there was nothing.
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