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I didn't find the staff at the front desk particularly welcoming, it wasn't like they were overrun with visitors the day I visited. Collection is interesting although WWII vintage aircraft are noticeably mission. If you are interested in aviation and are in the area it's...More
This museum is located to the North-West of Wernigerode Aldstadt, due North of the General Hospital off Veckenstedter Weg. It has a car park.
Spread over 4 halls, it is an eclectic collection built up over many years by an enthusiast, including first and second...More
This is a great display of older aircraft. It is well laid out and easy to see all the displays. All descriptions are in German So, you will need a real aircraft buff with you to explain or maybe they have headphones that explain in...More
Me and my son took a day trip and decided to visit here and we were both very happy, was a lovely day and the museum is full of very exciting exhibits and so much information
We decided to get the audio guide each (in...More
This museum is in industrial warehouse buildings and no where near an airport.
It has a very interesting collection of mainly ex military aircraft, located in 3 large halls.
Of particular interest I thought was the display of the evolution of aircraft cockpits over the...More
If the kids are into planes and machinery this is a cool place to go on a rainy day. Our oldest (3) was fascinated by the planes and helicopters (having watched Disney's Cars and Planes a zillion times). Our youngest (1) was mostly fascinated by...More
The Luftfahrtmuseum had a lot of aircraft including prop planes, jets, and helicopters, and it also had a lot of pieces of planes, including cockpits and engines. Everything is displayed in plain hangers and the overall feeling is that you are walking through a warehouse...More
Just the right place for a rainy day! Some really interesting aircraft from East and West, with an English language tape guide. You need to allow plenty of time to visit, and probably take a taxi to get there, but it is worth it.
Visited the museum with my father in law, enjoyed our visit. Bit cold in the hanger, take a warm jacket if visiting in winter. Plenty of exhibits shame there is no English information about the aircraft. Small café is worth a visit to warm up....More