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A B-52 bomber (one of only two on display outside the U.S.) is exhibited here along with other military aircraft, engines and the wreckage of a Japanese Zero fighter shot down in the 1942 air raids on Darwin.
Hours Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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557 Stuart Highway, Darwin, Northern Territory 0821, Australia
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This one has to be on your bucket list if your into planes, also it is a good insight into what these pilots went through to not only fly some of these aircrafts but fit into a very small place. The B52 is the main...More
I am not into aircraft except to fly away on holidays but this is an interesting place to visit, all sorts of aircraft from F111, ultralite, Sabre jet, I forget most of them, great display of aero engines, a monstrous big B52 bomber in the...More
We visited here 18 years ago but just had to go back. The F111 has now been added to this excellent exhibition. So much history, so well presented. You can learn so much that you never learnt at school. If you're in Darwin make sure...More
A real good place if you like aircraft so I left the wife at home and spent a happy couple of hours here. There’s a lot of stuff, with not much discernible organisation, so you get the home made Ultralight next to a Sabre jet...More
Good selection of planes. The B52 Bomber and replica spitfire were my favourites. There was heaps of information around & some great photos. Lots of good souvenirs to buy too. Recommend if you have any interest in aircraft or history.
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Hi Lorraine, I believe it's 9 to 5 every day except public holidays. My partner is a real "flyboy" so really wanted to visit here, but I also enjoyed it. Also it's run by volunteers, so it was nice to support their good work... More
Hi Lorraine, I believe it's 9 to 5 every day except public holidays. My partner is a real "flyboy" so really wanted to visit here, but I also enjoyed it. Also it's run by volunteers, so it was nice to support their good work and speak with them.