Aeroseum and its collection


Aeroseum is a museum in Gothenburg that holds collections of historic aviation machines from the Cold War, as well as modern aircraft, helicopters, and other verhicles and machines. The hangar lies 30 meters below the ground and was originally built for Göta Flygflottilj (F9 – No. 9 Wing), at the Säve Airfield. The exhibitions in the Aeroseum include: The Cold War, Airborne police, Spies, The effect of flying on whooping cough, Construction of the underground hangar, Air defence in western Sweden, The Swedish Coastguard, Aviation communication, The Atom Bomb, Stasi, Jerker Berg and If war breaks out.

Holmvägen 100
417 46 Gothenburg

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Opening hours

June-August, open every day at. 11-18 (entrance closes at 17.00)
September-May, Tuesday-Sunday at. 11-18 (entrance closes at 17.00)


4 – 16SEK 60.00
AdultsSEK 120.00
FamilySEK 300.00


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Holmvägen 100, Gothenburg

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