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Museu Aeroespacial

Avenida Marechal Fontenelle 2.000 | Sulacap, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro 21740-000, Brazil
+55 (21) 2108-8954
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An amazing museum, far away from center

An amazing place, with lots of aircrafts and helicopters. The visit was a nice trip into the... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2015
Afonso_Praca
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Rio de Janeiro, RJ
pretty complete

This is the best and most complete air museum in South America. Located where used to be the first... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2014
mvq2014
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Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia
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24 Jan 2015
“An amazing museum, far away from center”
29 Dec 2014
“pretty complete”
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Avenida Marechal Fontenelle 2.000 | Sulacap, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro 21740-000, Brazil
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Reviewed 25 January 2015

An amazing place, with lots of aircrafts and helicopters. The visit was a nice trip into the history of aviation. There is even an replica from the first airplane, the 14 BIS, made by Santos Dumont, a brazilian inventor. I really recommend this museum for...More

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Reviewed 30 December 2014

This is the best and most complete air museum in South America. Located where used to be the first military flying school in Brazil and now a military base, the museum tells not only the history of flight but also the Brazilian Air Force's history....More

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Reviewed 1 December 2013 via mobile

Amazing place to visit with kids. Tons of airplanes and great displays. Highly recommend for plane enthusiast and kids. Great!!!!

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Reviewed 5 September 2013

This is the best and most complete air museum in South America. Located where used to be the first military flying school in Brazil and now a military base, the museum tells not only the history of flight but also the Brazilian Air Force's history....More

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Aline R
Funciona aos domingos?
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Como faço para chegar ao Museu de BRT?
11 May 2017|
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Response from Claudia_Marcelo | Reviewed this property |
Olá Claudia! Utilize a linha de BRT Transolimpica e desça na estação Sulacap. De lá você poderá caminhar cerca de 15 minutos até o museu ou pegar um dos ônibus: 745, 793 ou 795. Espero ter ajudado! Bom passeio!
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Sebastião C
Olá. Estou viajando dia 18 deste para minha visita bi-anual que cumpro desde o início deste século, sempre tentando de novo e outra vez localizar cada aeronave do catálogo. Antigamente a descrição apresentada neste mencionava o local (hangar nº ou pátio externo), mas rearrumações frequentes, novas aquisições e recuperações sempre traziam desatualizações. A última versão do catálogo, porém, nem indica a presença de aviões transferidos para a reserva técnica. Então fiquei sem poder acompanhar a evolução do acervo. Eu tenho o sonho de completar um diorama com modelos em escala 1:72 de aviões do acervo, e já conto com mais de cem miniaturas, porém muitos sem decalques e pintura correta. As fotos que obtive nem sempre detalham os aviões nas perspectivas convenientes, e perco muito tempo de visita procurando as aeronaves de interesse. Seria possível que um dos amigos do museu (Fernandez ou Pinho, p/ ex.) relacionasse os aviões da Reserva Técnica e os que continuam em recuperação (como a B-17). Se possível envio com antecedência a lista de meus modelos para contra-cheque. Acho que seria interessante envolver o AMAERO também. Grato pela compreensão e apoio, Tião Manicaca.
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