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Malta Aviation Museum

Located near the craft village of Ta' Qali in the centre of the island. The Malta Aviation Museum is filled with exhibits based on Malta's role in aviation particularly during World War II. During World War II, the Ta' Qali base was an RAF station and is noted as one of the most bombed airfields in the world. An astonishing 1500 bombs were dropped here in one 24 hour period during the war.

The exhibits found here are exceptional to say the least. A fully restored Supermarine Spitfire on display here was beautifully restored to it's former glory by the dedicated team here. Browsing through the museum you will find a lot of aviation memorabilia with some unusual items such as the Link Trainer which was really the very first flight simulator. Various exhibits of aircraft engines, pilots uniforms and a dedicated section for scale models can also be seen here.

Other aircraft you can find here on display are

  • Hawker Seahawk Mk 6
  • De Havilland DH115 Vampire
  • Douglas DC3
  • Meteor N.F. 14
  • North American Texan T6G
  • Fiat G.91R/1B
  • Gloster Meteor F8 WF714


  • Mon-Sun 09:00 to 17:00
  • Sun (June-Sept) 09:00 - 13:00
  • Closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday, August 15th, Christmas Day and New Year's Day
For more information about the Malta Aviation Museum visit the website here.
  • Adults €7.00
  • Senior Citizens €6.00
  • Children (3-12 yrs) €2.00
  • Students (with NSTS Cards) €6.00
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