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Malta Aviation Museum

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Malta Aviation Museum

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Ta' Qali Crafts Village, Ta' Qali, Island of Malta 4000 Malta
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Get away from the main island of Malta in search of sea and sunshine on this tour from Bugibba. Visit the Crystal Lagoon (if traveling in June-October), followed by the Blue Lagoon on Comino for swimming and snorkeling. From here, continue to Gozo Island, where you have the choice of enjoying free time at your leisure or taking a tour of the island's historic sites before cruising back to Bugibba via the Santa Maria pirate caves.
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dr7575 wrote a review Mar 2020
406 contributions155 helpful votes
OK I am into all things Spitfire and Hurricane so I may be biased. Not massive but 3 hangers of planes and exhibits 2 Navey jet fighters Vixen and Sea Hawk along with Fiat fighter from the 60s. The WW2 hanger has a DC3 but the show stoppers are a Spitfire and Hurricane which were both restored as good as new from wrecks. The Hurricane was in 40 m of sea water. 7 euros to get in whi h goes on the upkeep of the aircraft. Not well sign posted but next to the National sports stadium. Open 9 am to 5 Mon to Sat and 9 to 1 onltin sumer on Sundays.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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BTBinnorthumberland wrote a review Mar 2020
northumberland71 contributions49 helpful votes
If you know anything about the history of Malta and the siege of 41-42, then is an absolute must. Lovingly restored and donated aircraft, good and instructive displays and lovely staff. No cards, and only vending machines so come prepared. Nice little shop, three display hangars and a replica Naafi hut. Over delivered on my expectations.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Marpow68 wrote a review Feb 2020
Rathcormack, Ireland13 contributions4 helpful votes
Loved my visit here,truly remarkable considering its relying on charity and donations, its a pity it isn't advertised a bit better by the government, as it's a natural treasure!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Titania wrote a review Feb 2020
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A splendid collection of Aircraft and associated artefacts which were present in both an interesting and informative manner . The scale models were beautiful displayed .An additional bonus a number of interesting motorcycles both vintage and modern were on view .The staff were only too happy to chat about the exhibits and the work of the museum.Throughly recommended well worth a visit .
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Date of experience: February 2020
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perle369 wrote a review Feb 2020
Malaga, Spain1,776 contributions379 helpful votes
This is a good little museum. Some aircraft and an interestiung motorbike in camouflage paint, a few uniforms etc. Not extensive by any means which is sad due to the aviation history from WW2 which could be shown. The 'cafe' is just a hut with tables and chairs and vending machines. More could be made of this.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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