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Well worth a visit at the small airport just outside Trento. The museum us based on local pioneer Gianni Caproni who built planes here starting before the First World War. There are about 20 planes, plus many many models and other informative material. There is...More
An interesting stop on our way to Dolomite, apparently the oldest collection in the world, watch out the old "baffone" at the entrance, he is there to make sure your kids dont touch anything:-)
easy to find,
For us, less than one hour was just...More
My inspiration for this visit was two Hiyao Miyazaki films; Porco Rosso, which celebrates Italian aircraft design, and When the Wind Rises, a film about aircraft design in which Count Caproni appears. The museum is small but full of interesting exhu it's including a flight...More
I who think that I know something about airplanes had never heard, or at least didn't remember anymore the ingenious inventions of Italian Gianni Caproni. Tripadvisor dragged me from my ignorance and Tomtom directed us to Museo dell'Aeronautica outside the city of Trento. I was...More
Beautiful museum dedicated to the inventor airplane ... maximum availability from the staff to illustrate the various aircraft and the different periods of history. There is a chance to try the three flight simulators from beginners ... in addition to the professional for those who...More
Normally I'm an absolute sucker for Aviation museums - and Italian ones at that. But this one seemed a bit "strange".
We asked for 2 tickets in quite broken Itallian and the chap asked if we had reservations which was a bit odd - but...More