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Summer (Apr – Oct)
Wed – Sun: 09.00 – 17.00

Winter (Nov – Mar)
Wed – Sun: 09.00 – 16.00


Mon – Fri: 8.30 – 16.30

Ticket sale

Up to 40 minutes before closing time


Children (up to 7 yo) – free
Students – 2 lv
Outdoors exhibits – 3 lv
Outdoors + Indoors exhibits – 6 lv
Семеен – 10лв

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Outdoors exhibition

Preservation of the tangible and intangible values of a nation has always been a criterion of its historical memory. A symbol of respect and homage to the Bulgarian pilots having died in fulfillment of their combat duties is the Memorial standing there, as well as some monuments – to the hero of World War 2 – Captain Dimitar Spisarevski, having done the first air ram at the defence of Sofia; to Lieutenant-colonel Spas Sodev and the perished pilots from Cheshnegirovo Airport; to the alumni graduates of 1986 having died in fulfillment of their service duties.

ЕIn the outdoor exhibition area are situated also some aircrafts – airplanes and helicopters of military, transport, sports and agricultural aviation.

The exhibition starts with the oldest item – the German Arado-196 A3 Shark hydroplane.

Then follow the veterans of the World War 2 – the contour-fighter Il-2, called also “The Flying Tank”, the legendary fighter Yak-9, the bomber-torpedo carrier Tu-2.


There are exhibited the first reactive aircrafts having been in service in Bulgaria: Yak-23 and MiG-15UTI as well as compositionally arranged in series aircrafts MiG-17, MiG -19, MiG-21 and MiG-23. There are presented also some planes of the series Suhoy – the planes Su 22.

The history of the Bulgarian civil aviation is represented by some planes Il-14 and An-24; that of the agricultural aviation – with Zlin “Z-37”A, as well as with the multifunctional An-2, and the planes Yak-50, Yak-52 and Zlin-326 “Acrobat” are part of the sports aviation history.

Helicopter aviation is represented with all types of helicopters having been in use in Bulgaria: Mi-4, Mi-1, Mi-2, Mi-8, Mi-14, Mi-24 and Ka-26. Of great interest is the unique construction of the Bulgarian engineer Nikolaj Popovski – H11B1.

Radio-location stations, movable auxiliary command points (ACP) and rocket launchers add our notions of the Bulgarian Air Force.