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WHERE TO FIND US

The Aviation Hall, an imposing palace with the dimensions of a cathedral, is part of the Royal Museum of Armed Forces. This construction of the nineteenth century, built mainly with materials such as stone, brick, metal, glass and zinc for the roof, imposing with its volume and dimensions: 170 m long, 70 m wide and 40 m high. The Aviation Hall is located in the Parc du Cinquantenaire, close to the European quarter, and integrates a set of buildings encircling the triumphal monument with its three arches.

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Place

Cinquantenaire Park 3
B-1000 Brussels

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Admission price

Detail via the following link
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Schedule

from Tuesday to Sunday
from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Information

Museum reception
+32 2 737 78 33

ACCESS

BY TRAIN

Schuman station at the eastern end of the Parc du Cinquantenaire

BY SUBWAY

Lines 1 and 5 lead to MERODE station

BY BUS

Take lines 22, 27 or 80, GAULOIS stop; or line 61, MERODE stop.

BY TRAM

Take line 81, MERODE stop

IN ADDITION TO YOUR VISIT

THE SKY CAFE

The Sky Café at the Royal Museum of Armed Forces is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Situated in the Aviation Hall, the Sky Café offers drinks, various sandwiches and a variety of small dishes at very affordable prices. Please note that the kitchen is only open from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. Drinks can be taken on the terrace with a view of the unique collection of the Brussels Air Museum.

Contact : + 32 2 737 79 66

THE MUSEUM SHOP

To the left of the reception desk, at the entrance to the Royal Museum of Armed Forces, is the Shop du museum where you can find a wide range of books devoted to aviation, plastic models and souvenir items. The books on offer cover aspects of military history in general. The Shop also offers books on Belgian and foreign aviation.

Contact : + 32 2 737 78 93

THE SABENA STAND

The former Belgian national airline SABENA is represented on the one hand by a Caravel in the airline colours placed on a plinth at the entrance to the Hall and also by a stand where, among other things, a Boeing 707 cockpit is displayed. The stand offers a quantity impressive models, uniforms, posters and various objects specific to Belgian airline company the company SABENA which in 1935, 10 after the historic Belgium-Congo flight by Edmond Thieffry, inaugurated the imperial Belgium-Congo line.

THE PARA-COMMANDO STAND

The stand of the Red berets and green berets exhibits in front of the Dakota DC3 a jeep recce Minerva, an AS 24 with trailer, a 60 MM and 81 MM mortar. Numerous display cases with photos and unpublished documents tell the story of this elite force of the Belgian army. Several mannequins display the different uniforms as well as those in parachute gear displayed in the cabin of the C-119 Flying Boxcar.