Hellenic Air Force Museum

Showcasing the century-long history of the Hellenic Air Force, from the Balkan Wars to the present, the museum also exhibits military aircraft from around the world.

Today’s museum originated from an exhibition originally displayed at the old Paleon Faliron airport in 1949. The museum’s most popular displays include a British Spitfire, a German Junker, the legendary Hellenic Air Force DC-47 and other military aircraft.

Information
Address: 1 Moraitini St, P. Faliro
Area: Athens
Phone: +302109411000
Website: www.haf.gr/
Transportation: Tram: Delta Falirou Station

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