The Norwegian Aviation Museum is Norway’s national aviation museum.
The Norwegian Aviation Museum is Norway’s national aviation museum. The museum conveys an intimate experience of aviation and its fascinating history, with the help of impressive exhibitions spread across an area of approximately 10,000 m2. Come fly with me! Come right up close and sense the smell of the real flying machines. You can experience the exciting history of aviation at close quarters. You can see famous and illustrious military aircraft such as the Spitfire, CF-104 Starfighter, Ju 88 and the famous U-2 spy plane, or workhorses and passenger aircraft like the Ju 52,Twin Otter and Fokker F.28 Fellowship. Play and learn in ”How do you fly”, the kids will love it! In the summer season, take the family on a guided tour with one of our enthusiastic guides, or take a conducted tour for adults. Both are informative and fun. Discover the thrill and feel what it’s like to fly in a RAF Red Arrows jet during one of their sensational aerobatic displays in our flight simulator, if you dare! Museum shop and café The shop has a wide choice of aviation related products such as books, games, T-shirts, postcards, pins and souvenirs. If you want a break, Café Gidsken offers a large menu of tasty meals, coffee, waffles and cakes. hide. Adult: kr. 120,- Child: kr. 60,- Family: kr. 330,- Seniors/students: kr. 90,- Groups (10 persons or more): kr. 90,- pr. person Monday– friday: kl. 10.00 – 16.00 Saturday – sunday: kl. 11.00 – 17.00 Summer time (june 15th – august 15th): Every day: kl. 10.00 – 18.00
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