Malta Aviation Museum
The Malta Aviation Museum depicts the rich aviation history of Malta
The Malta Aviation Museum is a very popular attraction for aviation enthusiasts and is located in the former Royal Air force Station in Ta’ Qali. The museum is home to many items of historical importance, focusing mainly on World War II and the important role Malta played between 1940 and 1943.
This interesting and fine museum is run by a non-profit organization, that continuously works hard to gather new items and expand the collection to depict the rich aviation history in Malta.
The Malta Aviation Museum holds aircraft engines, models, uniforms and the most popular items are a rebuilt Spitfire Mk IX and a Hawker Hurricane Ila. Visitors should also visit the De Havilland Tigermoth, Douglas DC3 as well as the Beechcraft 18, a De Havilland Vampire T11, a Hawker Seahawk, a Fiat G91R, a Pou Du Ciel, a Cessna Birddog, a Fairey Swordfish.
You are welcome to ask questions during your visit as well as watch the progress on restoration of old aircrafts by professional museum workers. If you are visiting The Malta Aviation Museum grab the chance to visit the equally popular Crafts Village located a stone throw away.
Ta' Qali Museum Malta Aviation Museum, Ta'Qali, Malta UNESCO site ? no Monday to Sunday: 09:00 – 17:00, Except Good Friday, Easter Sunday, 15 August, Christmas Day & New Year's Day Website firstname.lastname@example.org +356 2141 6095
Adults: €5 Students: €4.08 Children: €1.50