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Malta Aviation Museum

Ta' Qali Crafts Village, Ta' Qali, Island of Malta 4000, Malta
+356 2141 6095
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The museum is a living and working museum, which is a prime attraction for all family members of all ages. It exhibits a collection of around 18 aircraft, aircraft engines, airfield equipment, uniforms, model aircraft and much more. Among its prime exhibits are a World War II Hawker Hurricane which was recovered from the seabed in 1995 and completely restored to working condition.
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  • Average9%
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Ta' Qali Crafts Village, Ta' Qali, Island of Malta 4000, Malta
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+356 2141 6095
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What a great job they're doing in this museum. The exhibits are varied and include aircraft from Before WW2 as well as a Kitfox light aircraft (foldy wing jobbie) built quite recently. The museum staff are really helpful and nice ... we called in the...More

Thank EricFromDerbyshire
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We have fantastic time discovering history of the aviation in Malta. We had a chance to learn about brave people who flight and fight for our freedom. And see their aircrafts... must see in Malta

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was just me and staff so I had the whole place pretty much to myself. If you're into antique planes especially from WWII, it's a must. A good stop if you have the time to step back into the past with these planes.

Thank swisslynne
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Second visit, the last being about 15 years ago. It's next to the National Stadium, and easy to find. Things have moved on with a few more large scale exhibits and additional buildings, including a new hanger housing a Spitfire and a Hurricane. The museum...More

Thank Jeff C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A great little museum with lots of exhibits specific to the islands history. You can get right up to the planes unlike in most other museums and each aircrafts story is told. Looking around the back areas was fantastic spotting the various pieces of aircraft...More

Thank 42RichardB42
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I was very surprised how huge this was- 3 halls! And truely historic planes, especially war ones. For boys it was great deal to see Dusty, e.g grasshopper plane in real life 😊 the staff is very friendly. But you cant pay with card, though...More

Thank KatrinJ_est
Reviewed 18 August 2017

So much history to see here. Good to see a Sea Hawk in the first hangar, and the scale model collection is really good in there too. The WWII hangar, with a Hurricane, a Spitfire and a do-it-yourself Swordfish kit :-) is really good too,...More

Thank Russ H
Reviewed 17 August 2017

We were lucky enough to receive a free excursion included in our holiday booking and this is where we chose to go, although we would very happily have paid the €7 entry fee. We easily got there on the bus from Bugibba where we were...More

Thank Twin-Family-Trippers
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

Obviously the Spitfire and the Hurricane are the main draw to this museum, but there's quite literally tonnes of other great exhibits. Situated next door to the Ta Qali National Stadium it is easily accessible by public transport, as well as on the hop on,...More

Thank Matt B
Reviewed 7 August 2017

The Malta Aviation Musem may be small in scale but the volunteers and staff have clearly worked very hard to pack as much in the way of exhibits and information into their neatly laid out hangars as possible. We found more than enough to see...More

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Mataleena
28 March 2016|
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Response from JagXJ40 | Reviewed this property |
Somehow I would doubt it, the islanders are very religious and Easter is a very devout catholic festival.
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Ourhappyfamilyoffour
6 September 2015|
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Response from Anthony T | Reviewed this property |
Hiya, Sorry i have no idea if the Museum is open on New Years Eve/Day, I am pretty sure that the Malta Tourist Information website will be able to help you...........Good Luck Anthony
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