Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego Kraków

Polish Aviation Museum in Kraków

Polish Aviation Museum in Kraków
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Notes regarding availability: Poniedziałek: nieczynne. Wtorek: 9:00–17:00 – wstęp wolny (na wystawy stałe Muzeum).
al. Jana Pawła II 39, 31-864 Kraków Tourist region: Kraków i okolice
Tourist subregion: Krakowski
Minimum price (in PLN): 0
Maximum price (in PLN): 15
Discounts: Children, Euro<26, Inne, Families, Senior citizens, Students
Notes: bilet normalny 15 zł bilet ulgowy (dzieci, młodzież, studenci, doktoranci, emeryci, renciści i osoby niepełnosprawne) 7 zł dzieci do lat 7, asystent osoby z niepełnosprawnością bezpłatnie posiadacz Karty Dużej Rodziny i Krakowskiej Karty z N 4 zł bilet rodzinny (2 osoby dorosłe + 2 dzieci lub 1 os. dorosła + 3 dzieci) 34 zł posiadacz karty Krakow Airport Loyalty 10 zł posiadacz karty EURO26 5 zł bilet urodzinowy 18 zł bilet dla działaczy opozycji antykomunistycznej, represjonowanych 1 zł zwiedzanie z przewodnikiem (język polski + bilet/y): + 40 zł zwiedzanie z przewodnikiem (język angielski/niemiecki + bilet/y): + 65 zł lekcja muzealna (+ bilet/y): 50 zł EduMuzo Pakiet (lekcja muzealna + zwiedzanie z przewodnikiem + bilet/y): 80 zł
Facilities at cultural sites: Photographing allowed
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Historic planes, gliders, helicopters and a large collection of aircraft engines – all these have been gathered in the Polish Aviation Museum. Over 200 airships assembled in the museum make up one of the most interesting collections of this kind in Europe. The museum is located in hangars of the old Rakowice-Czyżyny airport. Built in 1912, it used to be one of the oldest military airports in the world. The proximity to Kraków city centre was the reason for its closure in 1963. Particularly interesting among the exhibited planes are 25 aeroplanes from the collection of Herman Göring. In the museum you can also see the world’s only surviving example of the Polish PZP P-11c fighter, which used to be core of the Polish aviation right before World War II. The machine displayed in the museum took part in the aerial combat of the 1939 September campaign (invasion of Poland). Outside the hangars you can see many large planes, both passenger and military, and among them the modern Swedish Saab 37 Viggen fighter, donated by the Swedish government. Also worth seeing is the large collection of aircraft engines, which allows you to trace the technological developments since World War I. At the end of June, the museum organises the Małopolska Aviation Picnic, the biggest air show in the region.