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Malta Aviation Museum

Ta' Qali Crafts Village, Ta' Qali, Island of Malta 4000, Malta
+356 2141 6095
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The museum is a living and working museum, which is a prime attraction for all family members of all ages. It exhibits a collection of around 18 aircraft, aircraft engines, airfield equipment, uniforms, model aircraft and much more. Among its prime exhibits are a World War II Hawker Hurricane which was recovered from the seabed in 1995 and completely restored to working condition.
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  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
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Ta' Qali Crafts Village, Ta' Qali, Island of Malta 4000, Malta
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+356 2141 6095
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My boyfriend is really interested in WW2 so we spent hours here, but even if it was just me, I would have spent a couple of hours here. There are lots of interesting things to see and read about, and it is a big collection....More

Thank 27abbiew135
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Visited this museum when we were on the CitySightSeeing tour, as it is one of the stops. For €7 this was an amazing museum with so much stuff to look at and find out about! Really enjoyed going around and looking at everything on display,...More

Thank Georgia P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you take a bit of extra time to read some of the letters and documents on display as well as the history of some of the aircraft you cannot help but be moved.I really do recommend that you take a visit.

Thank robinbeavi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This Museum is run by volunteers as far as I know. It has a collection of aircraft, which were donated from different Air forces. Some of the display is in a good state of repair, some are merely shells. The spitfire display was somewhat disappointing,...More

Thank Rainer D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Although the stars of the show are the spitfire and hurricane there is plenty more to see. I particularly enjoyed the large array of spare parts and part restored aircraft, hopefully enough money can be raised to finish them off. Although it is not a...More

Thank fairysparkles2015
Reviewed 14 June 2017

A nice museum with a variety of aircraft some complete brothers not. Telling the story of the royal air force during their time here and in particular about the second world war. Loosened after by volunteers who do a good job. It's next to the...More

Thank R8011905
Reviewed 14 June 2017

To begin with this museum (and the bus stop) needs much better signage, I would have missed it completely on my bus ride if someone else on the bus hadn't told me that I needed to get off and walk back a stop. The area...More

Thank Rick H
Reviewed 8 June 2017

Entrance fee is 7 euros but entry included with Malta Pass. I took the City Sightseeing Bus (1 day both Malta routes included with the Malta Pass) T2 route from the Valletta Waterfront and stopped off here first. Public buses 56 from Valletta, 202 from...More

Thank vessi80
Reviewed 4 June 2017

this is one of three must see WW2 attractions in Malta. It is a wonderful museum - Mr Galea writes serious history books and sells the tickets, and Mr Polidara and his wife were very present. The Memorial hanger is impressive and it is lovely...More

Thank Emma B
Reviewed 4 June 2017

A small museum which can be visited at a leisurely rate in less than an hour and a half. Some of museum exhibits are very much a work in progress although those planes that are complete are well presented and provide information about their part...More

Thank 18JanieH2013
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Mataleena
28 March 2016|
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Response from JagXJ40 | Reviewed this property |
Somehow I would doubt it, the islanders are very religious and Easter is a very devout catholic festival.
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Ourhappyfamilyoffour
6 September 2015|
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Response from Anthony T | Reviewed this property |
Hiya, Sorry i have no idea if the Museum is open on New Years Eve/Day, I am pretty sure that the Malta Tourist Information website will be able to help you...........Good Luck Anthony
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