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Aeronautical Museum, Prague: 2 reviews and 10 photos

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I went out to Aeronautical Museum on a wet day and arrived just before it should have opened. As the minutes ticked away I became slightly worried that the museum was not going to open. Eventually myself and the other visitor managed to attract someone?s attention who informed us it was our lucky day and let us in for nothing. The museum was founded in 1968 on the first air force base that was built in the new Czechoslovakia in 1918. Some of the aircraft are under cover and the rest outside. The collection contains well known aircraft such as the Spitfire, ME 262, Jak 23, Northrop Tiger, Phantom Mk II and a MIG 23.

Address: Airport Kbely, Mladoboleslavska Street, Praha 9
Directions: Take the Metro to CeskomoravskA then the 185 or 278 bus to Letecke Museum
The museum is open: 1 May-31 Oct 10am-6pm, Tue-Sun and closed on Monday

Phone: +420 220 204 913
Website: http://www.militarymuseum.cz

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jan 14, 2007
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