In the Netherlands there are two big aircraft museums.
The first one is Aviodrome. This is the former Aviodome which was located at Schiphol airport. The museum re-opened in november 2003 at Lelystad airport (location map) and has an attractive collection of aircraft. The second museum is the Militaire Luchtvaart Museum (Military Aviation Museum). It is located near Soesterberg airbase (location map). This museum has a very nice collection, showing the military history of the Royal Dutch Air Force and more. 

Vliegend Museum Seppe (Flying Museum Seppe) is based on Seppe Airfield close to Roosendaal. Most aircraft in the collection of the museum are airworthy. The aircraft are maintained by a group of enthousiasts. The aircraft appear on a regular base on airshows and the museum offers flights with historic aircraft.

Museumpark Bevrijdende Vleugels (Wings of Liberation) is located in Best, close to Eindhoven. It is situated in a former mobilisation compound, surrounded by a forest. The museum is dedicated to Operation Market Garden and the liberation of the southern part of the Netherlands during the World War 2. It has a large collection of military vehicles and some aircraft.

Oorlogsmuseum Overloon is located in Overloon, in a forrest known for the heaviest tank battle on Dutch soil during World War 2. It consists of the National War and Resistance Museum and the Marshall museum. The first museum has a large collection about the Netherlands during World War 2. In the second museum are more than 150 historical vehicles, vessels and aircraft, which provide an excellent overview of the military efforts during the World War 2.





Militaire Luchtvaart Museum




Vliegend Museum Seppe


Museum Bevrijdende Vleugels


Oorlogsmuseum Overloon


Other Wrecks & Relics