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The Royal Thai Air Force was founded in 1952 for the purposed of collecting and restoring aircraft ,weapons ,communication devices ,pilot ,supplies ,uniforms ,important document and packages relevent to aviation. In 1969 ,the RTAF museum was oficially opened for visitors to experiance.
With the education facility ,library of aviation history and innovative approach ,the RTAF museum has been advanced and rename to "National Aviation Museum of the Royal Thai Air Force" in 2014 (Ref. : National Aviation Museum of the Royal Thai Air Force 's brochure )
171 Paholyothin Rd.,Donmuang ,Bangkok,Thailand. 10210.
- Open daily except national holiday.
- 08.00 am - 16.00 pm.
- Free admission
(Date taken : August 20,2015 and August 25,2015)
Map : National Aviation Museum of the Royal Thai Air Force
Exhibition Building 1 (No.1)
- The only one in the world : Hawk III ,Corsair
- Supper sonic aircraft zone.
- The first-two-type aircraft in Siam "Nieuport monoplane" and "Brequet biplane"
The first-two-type aircraft in Siam "Nieuport monoplane" and "Brequet biplane".
Three Founding Father of the Royal Thai Air Force laid the aviation foundation with this first two type of training aircraft.
Propeller aircraft and wood used to make propeller plane.
The only one in the world : "Hawk III" and "Corsair".
Aircraft during World War II.
Super sonic aircraft zone.
Exhibition Building 2 (No.2)
- The pride of Thailand "Paribatra".
- History Aviation library.
Maintenance Building (No.3)A maintenance building (Not open to visitors).
Exhibition Building 4 (No.4)
- Uniforms Exhibition
- Bomb Detection
Exhibition Building 5 (No.5)
- Bell UH-1N
Hellfire Pass and Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum