Malta Aviation Museum

Ta' Qali show on map
+356 214 160 95
Working hours
Monday to Sunday: 09:00 - 17:00
Last entry: 16:00
Sundays (June to September): 9:00 - 13:00
Last entry: 12:00
Closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday, 15th August, Christmas and New Year's Day
Adults: 7€
Senior citizens: 6€
Students: 6€
Children (3 to 12 years): 2€

The Malta Aviation Museum 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.

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.

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  • 리지 리지 (Richie)

    2014.04.10 review from Foursquare

    This museum is a private site. It has some "marbels" of flight history, eg a cockpit of legendary BAC 1-11.

  • Cenk Aksoy

    2014.04.01 review from Foursquare

    malta involved world war 2 ? Very poor

  • Michael Kohlfürst

    2012.01.09 review from Foursquare

    After visiting the Malta Aviation Museum we all had been in a bad mood. Also cause of the war things but mostly of the end time mood you feel everywhere. Museum takes too much for the performance.

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