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Museo del Aire

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I went along to the Museo del Aire a couple of weekends ago. I have been staying in Madrid for... read more

Reviewed October 10, 2018
Nathan L
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Definitely worth a visit for tha plane enthusiast. So many planes to see and many not on display... read more

Reviewed July 31, 2018
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Reviewed October 10, 2018

I went along to the Museo del Aire a couple of weekends ago. I have been staying in Madrid for work. This museum is fantastic, with so many aircraft on display, and plenty of information and signs in English. Also free entry! Very impressed with...More

Thank Nathan L
Reviewed July 31, 2018

Definitely worth a visit for tha plane enthusiast. So many planes to see and many not on display anywhere else. Missed our on being excellent because two hangers were closed and it was not advertised - unfortunately one hanger had a couple of must see...More

Thank KimF2792
Reviewed April 17, 2018

As an aviation enthusiast, this museum had been high on my "To do" list for a long time, I'm very happy to have finally paid it a visit. There is a wide variety of aircraft and aeronautical technology on display here, both indoors and outdoors....More

Thank BeyondPrague
Reviewed April 17, 2018

Firstly, if getting there by car, know exactly where you're going. There is a "Museo" sign from the main road, but it's a very sharp, unexpected turn. If you miss it, expect a couple of mile detour to go round again! It's less than 3...More

Thank HengistScotland
Reviewed March 30, 2018

It is only open for 4 hours. It was entirely my own fault that I arrived there at 1pm without checking. The woman at the entrance told me they closed at 2pm. So it was a bit of a rush to get round and obviously...More

Thank PeterDane
Reviewed March 7, 2018 via mobile

Good: airplanes are very well maintained and directory of planes is very wide. If you are an aviator or aviation history is your area of interest, this might be worth of visit. There was quite alot of outaged military tech. And hardware displayed which was...More

1  Thank MikoS137
Reviewed November 12, 2017 via mobile

Very impressive museum, with a lot of well-kept aircraft, indoors and outdoors. And lots of rarities compared to other museum. Count on spending 2-3 hours, at least. Buses from Principe Pio by the Royal Palace go there in 10-15 minutes; else take a cab there...More

2  Thank Martin B
Reviewed October 19, 2017 via mobile

Great place for aviation enthusiasts. There are many historical pieces both in inside and outside exhibits. The planes outside need some TLC but the descriptions of all the exhibits are in English and Spanish. The museum is constantly upgrading and expanding its collections. This museum...More

1  Thank Chiquis926
Reviewed September 17, 2017 via mobile

I have been meaning to visit for a number of years and finally got round to it last weekend. It's free entry but donations are welcome. My two daughters (13 & 8) loved it, there are lots more planes than for some reason I thought...More

1  Thank jasoninmadrid
Reviewed September 14, 2017

We drove to this museum, and were lucky to find it as our GPS could not find it. We drove to the airport and asked and were given instructions in broken English, but enough to find the museum. The website says it is free, but...More

1  Thank Peter S
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Response from BeyondPrague | Reviewed this property |
There was very little English at all at the museum when I visited in spring of this year. There were one or two information boards that had some English on them, but no consistant bilingual signage.