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Flygvapenmuseum, the Swedish Air Force Museum, is a modern technical and cultural history museum with exhibitions that trace the development of military aviation from the pioneers of the early 20th century to the present. It offers a unique...more
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If you are a modern History enthusiast, this is the right place for you for visiting on a weekend. The plight of Sweden in terms of technology and looming dangers during the two World Wars and the Cold War is highlighted well and how Sweden...More
I rode a motorcycle from Stockholm to Linkoping just to visit this museum. Very good. All aircraft in beautiful shape. Very unique aircraft sine it's based on European aircraft so it's a big change from the common variety of aircraft you see in the states....More
I'm a big fan of Swedish military aviation as well as planes in general, so this was a real treat. See Sweden's aircraft from the First World War to the present in their historical context, try loads of interactive activities, and learn the strange, sad...More
We had a great time at this museum. Make sure you get enough time to enjoy everything, 3-4 hours.
This museum is divided in different areas and I couldn't pick up just one! Planes, animals, cold war, plane wreck.
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Didn't know what to expect, but trust me, they have airplanes on display and enough context to make you appreciate them more. Plenty of explanation in English, nice overview of military aviation history from a Swedish perspective.
My wife and I visited here from Stockholm. Entry is free and it's well worth visiting. The displays are translated into English and there is a wide range of planes to see.
The DC-3 exhibition is very good and explains a lot about an incident...More
Exiting and educational for both kids and adults. A lot of old and newer aircraft on display. Highlights are the room dedicated to the DC-3 incident in the 1950s and the “lab” where you and your kids can try different experiments.
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Of course an "air force museum" is a show of military might and accomplishments - but getting a glimpse into neutral Sweden's approach to self defense and self-reliance in technology was impressive!
I have to admit, I am very fond of planes anyways...