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This is a wonderful Air Force museum run on shoe string due to lack of proper funding but Captian Mark Kellbrick and his staff have down great things on a very limited budget and for anyone interested in aviation it is must visit in Port Elizabeth.
We learnt so much while visiting this museum. Its a bit tired looking and could do with a bit of a revamp, but otherwise the things on display were great and its definitely worth the trip. We wish we had known to book in advance about the flight simulator, but we will be back to book a session for that!
We spent an informative hour here, there is plenty to hold the interest of most people from the aircraft & memorabilia to the letters written to families informing them of missing relatives - very sad! Would have spent longer only not enough to hold the attention of young children.
The passion of the staff involved and commitment into preserving old aircraft is to be commended. It was a wonderful experience to see the old restored planes and history behind our air force heritage.
Run by volunteers and consequently limited opening hours (08:00 to 15:00 Tues, Weds, Thursdays; 09:00 to 15:00 on Saturdays; 10:00 to 16:00 on Sundays; Closed: Mondays and Fridays.) the site is housed in two buildings adjacent to Port Elizabeth Airport - but on the farthest side away from the Terminal buildings. It is approached from Forest Hill Drive. The SAAF... 更多