Set quite a way out of town toward Nowa Huta, this topnotch attraction makes great use of its Rakowice airfield site. Soviet fighter jets line up outside; displays within include one of Blériot’s planes from 1909, and cover Polish flight from its very beginnings. It’s all very hands-on, with plenty of interactive stuff for kids, as well as a cinema and library. This museum is catnip for aviation afficionados.
Polish Aviation Museum
Al. Jana Pawla II 17
Our Rating Neighborhood Nowa Huta Hours Tues–Sun 9am–7pm Transportation Trams 4, 5, 9, 10, 15, 40; buses 124, 424: AWF Phone 012/640-99-60 Web site Polish Aviation Museum
MapAl. Jana Pawla II 17 Krakow
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