[Photo from visitmalta.com]
Situated at a former Royal Air force Station, the Malta Aviation Museum houses various aviation pieces of great historical significance.
Pride of place is a rebuilt Spitfire Mk IX and a Hawker Hurricane Ila. Also on show is a De Havilland Tigermoth, Douglas DC3, a Beechcraft 18, a De Havilland Vampire T11, a Hawker Seahawk, a Fiat G91R, a Pou Du Ciel, a Cessna Birddog, a Fairey Swordfish and a front section of an English Electric Lightning Aircraft. The museum also holds a fine collection of aircraft engines, models, uniforms, memorabilia and airfield equipment, as well as offering the opportunity to follow the progress being made on the restoration of derelict vintage aircraft to a pristine condition by professional museum members.
Address:Former Royal Air force Station
Hours: Monday to Sunday