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Malta Aviation Museum, Ta' Qali
(4.3/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Located on a former Royal Air Force airfield, Malta Aviation Museum enlightens visitors with the island's history of aviation, featuring impressive collections dating from World War II. Browse displays of aircraft, engines, uniforms, and model planes throughout three hangars. Keep your eyes peeled for the Hawker Hurricane, recovered from the sea in 1995 after its use in World War II. If you're lucky, you may even see this fully restored plane in action. Also look for aircrafts like the de Havilland Tiger Moth and the fuselage skeleton of the Fairey Swordfish. To visit Malta Aviation Museum and other attractions in Ta' Qali, use our Ta' Qali tourist route planner.
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  • A very interesting Museum. About it it is possible and in inete read, but, still, it's better to see with their own eyes. In hangars many technology times WW2 and 50-60 y. last century. Booklets and on the panels not stories about all instances-if there are enthusiasts, it is better to have them ask around.
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  • We stopped here on our way back to the airport, wonderful couple of hours spent looking at already restored planes and planes that are undergoing restoration. The two owners are so friendly and I foun...  more »
  • The museum is a little out of the way from Valetta but the very handy official open top island tour bus goes right to it! Simply buy a ticket in Valetta and take the Northern route for about 30 minute...  more »
  • Great place the crew is very kindly and the kids enjoy the exhibition
  • Excellent ,well worth a visit. Seeing a spitfire up close was worth the trip in itself.
  • Interesting hodge-podge of aircraft in various states of restoration, if you happen to be in the area it's worth stopping by if you're an aviation enthusiast. The cafe is only a few vending machines, so don't plan on finding a meal there.
  • It's a lovely place to visit. And some interesting items.
  • Best aviation museum with great exhibits