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Museo dell'Aeronautica Gianni Caproni, Trento

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  • My husband is a world war I & II buff and found it very interesting as did I. Layed out very nicely and lots in English 
    My husband is a world war I & II buff and found it very interesting as did I. Layed out very nicely and lots in English  more »
  • Recommended for aviation lovers. Museum is small, lot of historical planes. You can also test your skills on 2 flight simulators, no crowds - reasonable ticket prices 
    Recommended for aviation lovers. Museum is small, lot of historical planes. You can also test your skills on 2 flight simulators, no crowds - reasonable ticket prices  more »
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  • Tiny but very well-organised and structured museum. It has got a decent exhibition that follows a chronological order. It's accessible, inexpensive and fun (including kids or disabled persons). Plenty of parking lots available outside, and a restaurant just next to it offers options for refreshment. Since it's located next to the airport, it's a great choice for visiting for a couple of hours. Recommended.
  • A nice collection of unique planes, from early pioneers of flight to the jet-powered F-104 Starfighter. I recommend you to visit if you're keen on aviation history (surprisingly), especially in the 10s and 20s. You can get very close to the aircraft to see all the details. On the other hand, the museum was smaller than I expected, and the airplanes are very close to each other, which sometimes cuts the view. Not everything is translated to English, but that wasn't a big problem for me. The staff was very kind, helpful and friendly. They immediately offered me student discount and called a taxi for me to get back. I came there on foot because I had a lot of time, but it's quite far from the city. It's a lot easier to get there by car or by bike; unfortunately there's no public transport. But still, I highly recommend you to visit it if you have some time in Trento. And I give a special thanks to the staff.

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