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address
Ins Hansa, Vasco Bus Terminal, Bogmalo Road, Vasco Da Gama, Goa 403802, India
contact
+91-832-2585119
entry fee
20
per person for Indians
20
per person for Foreigners
50
per person for Camera
timings
All days of the week
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
visit duration
Around 3-4 hours

how to reach naval aviation museum

The Naval Aviation Museum is located in Bogmalo, along the Vasco-Bogmalo approximately around 6 km from the port city of Vasco-da-Gama. From the Dabolim airport head on the Vasco-Bogmalo road towards Bogmalo beach road, around 3-4 km away on the south side of the airport lies the museum.

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Off Vasco-Panaji coastal highway, NH-17, on the Bogmalo road, lies the Naval Aviation Museum, one of the only two military aviation museums in India. Tracing the history and evolution of Indian Navy over the years, the museum has an expansive and comprehensive collection. The outdoor display in itself is huge with 13 decommissioned air crafts on display like the Fairey Firefly, a British fighter, and anti-submarine aircraft, dating back to World War II. The indoor collection is spread over the two-storey gallery. You can read up on significant battles that have been fought over the decades by Indian Navy and Air force and get to see weapons that are typically attached to submarine and ships as well as cannons, torpedoes, bombs and sensors used by Indian Navy.

Even more exciting, yes, there's more, are the really massive replicas of INS Vikrant that played a key role in the Indo-Pak 1971 war and INS Viraat, which is not only the flagship of Indian Navy but also the oldest carrier in service. Giving a bit of dramatic overtone to your visit, there might be Navy's air crafts and jets whizzing through the sky on their daily practice runs at the Naval Air Base next door. While the museum visit might have you tempted to get into one of the fighter air crafts on display and take off, you can console yourself with miniature versions available at the gift shop selling memorabilia.

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1 Naval Aviation Museum review
Pranjal Sharma
Pranjal Sharma
Mar 28 2014
A really good experience there, I got to know many new things that I never knew about Indain navy and it was really good:). I suggest everyone to go there once.
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