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We drove there by car as it is little bit far from city centre. There is really nice exhibition of air fleet, definitely worth to see. Stuff was very kind. Especially thanks for Mr. Jaromir who gave us some tips and better insight for expositions.
It is the second attraction after Liseberg I would advise to see while in Gothenburg. Well, maybe not exactly in Gothenburg - it takes some logistics. Most people come here by cars. But contrary to what you may often hear, getting there by public transport...More
We visited this museum together with friends and kids (aged 4, 6, 7 and 9) - and we all enjoyed it a lot!
The whole thing is located underground in a quite expansive decommissioned facility. You can go inside military planes, helicopters and fighter jets,...More
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roger e, Chef at Aeroseum, responded to this reviewResponded 19 August 2018
Thank You for Youre positive comments.
This museum is located in an underground aircraft hanger inauguarated in 1955, It is an amazing experience. Plenty of attractions for adults and children. There were also flight simulators and many displays of interest for everyone. There is also a nice cafe underground. We spent...More
Whole museum is located in the former military underground aircraft hangar. Hidden deeply in rock, this huge bunker is amazing just by itself and I would absolutely love it even if there was no exhibitions at all.
Inside, around 30 aircraft including saab jets and...More
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roger e, Chef at Aeroseum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 August 2018
I visited with my powerchair, although the initial doorway threshold was slightly tricky, it was not impossible and once inside it is all gentle slopes, and a good accessible toilet.
The museum is housed in a HUGE underground nuclear bunker hangar with FAR more planes...More
If you are interested in aero planes and cold war history then this is the number one museum in Sweden to visit.
All of Swedish Airforce planes and helicopters together wit a lot of other intersesting stuff are at display in one of the cold...More