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The Kbely aviation museum features the history of Czechoslovakian aviation, and is a must for aviation/history afficionados. When you visit the place, make sure you see both the hangars and the open-air exposition.
Although the museum is apparently located far from the city center, it...More
I Would say this is one of the better aviation Museum’s that I’ve been to. There’s a very large collection of Russian and Czechoslovakian aircraft. different variations some in very good shape some need a little bit of work. A must if you like airplane.
The museum contain over 100 of military fighter aircraft from all periods in history (from pre WW1 to modern times). There are 9 hangars andba lot of planes and choppers on the open. Some hangars contain restaurated planes displayed in story setup. I can highlight...More
This museum is in my opinion one of the best. The volunteers who work there are very helpful and answer to their best ability in their limited english. All smiling. Bought some aircraft models too from the little shop. Above all it is all free....More
Im interested in military stuff and here is more then you can swalow in a short visit. they yhave the first russian jets mig 21, and a module that was sent to space with czech cosmonaut Remek. Coool stuff they collected.
Located just outside Prague, totally FREE of charge to visit, with some rare planes, some of them are from Nazis and Soviet periods.
There is a nice diner and a Gift shop on site.
The museum is splitted between 2 sites\locations , 5 minutes of...More
The aviation museum at Kbely is easily reached by local bus from Prague. It contains a large and interesting collection of military and civil aircraft from the Czech Republic and from many other nations around the world. These date from around 1910 until recent years...More
Somewhat east of Prague a very intersting Airforce Museum awaits you to show a comparison of cold war combat aircraft east/west. The outdoors hold many famous design, from Mig to Sukhoi, from Northrop to McDonnel including some SAAB-aircraft and much more. The indoors give you...More