This museum calls itself Swedens largest flight experience center. And after walking around both inside and outside the museum, I have to agree. This museum is almost like it’s from another planet - it’s bigger on the inside! So much bigger.
You walk inside the mountain, where you will find tunnels upon tunnels of aircraft and other aviation related exhibits. Everything from fighter jets to old ATC equipment. There’s something for every avgeek in here!
Remember to walk around every part of the bunker, including upstairs where you will find several exhibits (follow signs to the toilets).
For kids of all ages
One of the best things about this museum, is that it is highly accessible for children of all ages (including the oldest ones, like me). Several of the exhibits are fully open, allowing you to climb inside and really soak in the awesomeness.
The museum has several simulators available: Comanche, Viggen, Superviggen, TAS 37 Viggen, Helicopter, A300, Boeing 737. Several of them can be booked on the spot.
The museum has a small gift shop and café, with various toy aircraft, some books, and other aviation related items.
How much time should you plan to spend here?
You should plan at least two hours, possibly more. And definitely more if you plan to try any of the simulators.
Nice to know - the viewpoint
The museum is located in a bunker, on top of the bunker you can follow a path leading to a nice viewpoint of Säve Airport, which is Göteborg’s general aviation airport (also known as Göteborg City Airport).