Seeing Cold War hardware is a must if you like aviation. These types of places are a gem. What looks like a privately own collection. Short walk from arrivals. Pay a visit after you arrive and avoid the crush on the bus into town.
The museum is just a short walk from the Main Riga Airport terminal. Arrive at the gate ring the bell and an older gentleman on a bicycle arrives pay 7 Euros and take yourself on a self guided tour with some signage provided. There is...更多
We decided to visit the Riga Aviation Museum on arrival to Riga in May 2017 after seeing it advertised online. The museum itself is just to the right of the exit of the arrivals hall. You need to press the buzzer to be let into...更多
This is not a museum it is a scrap yard but it is interesting. The exhibits are on poor condition and there is not a lot to see but what they have is interesting. Looks like it is run by a couple of ex soviet...更多
To be frank I rated this as very good purely because I've been an aviation enthusiast all my life, and unless you visit Krakow or the Monino museum outside Moscow I doubt if there is a collection anywhere else as extensive. To the uninitiated from...更多
The museum has gathered together an extensive collection of ex Soviet Air Force aircraft and helicopters. Admission is gained by ringing a bell near a gate in the boundary fence which brings a volunteer to admit the visitor. Access is granted to some of the...更多