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Museo de Aeronautica y Astronautica, Madrid

(5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • A great Museum for aviation enthusiasts and also to take the kids and spend a few hours teaching them the history of aviation since its inception. Very full with different areas distributed by times. Admission is free, although there is a small voluntary donation of € 3 for adults. It is worth visiting it. Great parking for car.
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  • Aeronautics and Astronautics Museum (Museo de Aeronautica y Astronautica) more commonly known as the Museum of aviation was established in 1979, with a view to the acquisition, preservation and exhibition of the exhibits make up the heritage of Spanish aeronautics. The Museum occupies an area of 66.938 m 2, seven, separated by open exhibition sheds more than hundreds of planes, helicopters and auxiliary support vehicles. The Museum is open daily except Monday from 10-to 14-0000 0000.
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  • This museum also appears on bajor tripadvisor named "air museum" where many are more comments on this entry. The best: amazing variety of aircraft. I expected only models that have been in service in the Spanish armed forces, but thanks to the collaboration with other countries admire Russian, German and American aircraft... a marvel. Also I was surprised an exhibition about the campaign of Morocco excellently set. The worst: missing teaching and English explanations.
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