Learn about the history of flight
Covering 6,000 m2, the Aviodrome museum covers all aspects of airplanes and the development of flight – all the way from the Wright Brothers’ first successful aircraft up to the enormous Boeing 747. Outside, visitors can even explore a 747, gaining an exclusive peek into areas of the plane that are usually off limits. Investigate the science of flight in the airplane laboratory and in the 4D cinema, catch a film about aviation on the country’s largest film screen!

Events and exhibitions
Events and exhibitions are organised at the Aviodrome throughout the year, and look out for special programmes during the school holidays. The Aviodrome also features a life-sized reconstruction of a building built at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in 1928 – also the place to be if you’d like to book a flying lesson or round trip up in the skies.

Check the Aviodrome website for more information.