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Polish Aviation Museum in Kraków

Polish Aviation Museum in Kraków

Housed in the former Kraków-Rakowice-Czyżyny Airport, the Polish Aviation Museum (Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego) was opened to the public in 1964. Nowadays, it is one of the largest aircraft museums in the world. 


Polish Aviation Museum features a large collection of aircraft and motors that are strategically distributed throughout the airport’s old runways and hangers. The exhibitions reflect how aviation has developed since it was first created.

Visitors will come across real aviation gems such as gliders, anti-aircraft weaponry, state-of-the-art fighter jets, aircrafts built for World War I, World War II and the Cold War. There are also interesting uniforms and various documents belonging to the Polish Air Force.   


The Polish Aviation Museum is one of the world’s best museums of its type. Visitors interested in aviation will find it fascinating. The only downside is that the building is on the outskirts, so it takes some time to get there, and it will take at least a couple of hours to explore it.


Tuesday - Sunday: 9am - 5pm.
Monday: closed


Adults: 27 (US$ 6.60)
Students: 16 (US$ 3.90)
Children under 8: free admission
Tuesday: free entry


Trams: 4, 5, 9, 10, 52, 64, 72 and Z64.

Nearby places

The Lord's Ark (3.2 km) Nowa Huta (3.4 km) Barbican (3.7 km) Kraków Old City Walls (3.7 km) Planty Park (3.8 km)