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A great way to spend 1 to 2 hours, especially for anyone interested in aviation. The museum is also free. Get here early to avoid the worst of the days heat. There is an excellent shop selling aviation related items but sadly few relating to...More
A free museum with a very good selection of military aircraft used by the Thai airforce. Some really well preserved exhibits, but some could do with a bit of TLC to bring them up to a more presentable state. (A job for enthusiastic cadets maybe?)...More
This is one of the better aviation museums that I've been to globally, though it certainly has some issues. It has an excellent collection of rare and unusual aircraft, though they aren't necessarily in the best condition. One significant piece, the C-47, has been removed...More
If you like history, aviation, planes, motors, Thai history or your in or have been in, the armed forces this is a must do.
The Thai Air Force museum is free.
I am a history and aviation buff - this is one of the largest...More
The museum is located on the opposite side of Don Muang airport. A taxi from there is an easy way to get there. There are buses too.
The collection is very varied and there is a reasonable amount of information in English.
Entry is free.
Okay, I damit it , there is no cost to get in. That's right, it's FREE to go there. And, in the interest of full disclosure, I am a serious aviation geek. S it doesn't take a lot to get me excited about aircraft. That...More
I went there with my children, and I did not expect such a collection. The entry is free, and you will not have a lot comment in English, but it truly a hidden jewel for Aviation lover. They have a few rarity, among them Vought...More
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You need to get a taxi. The museum is on the other side of the runway to the airport so there's no way to cut across you have to drive right around the airport, you can't walk! It's about 20 mins by taxi. You should... More
You need to get a taxi. The museum is on the other side of the runway to the airport so there's no way to cut across you have to drive right around the airport, you can't walk! It's about 20 mins by taxi. You should arrange to have the taxi wait or some back at a set time otherwise you have to try and flag one down on the street (we asked the staff at the museum thinking they could call a cab but they just stood on the street and waved one down - it took about 15mins)