Flyhistorisk Museum Sola Overview
Located near the Seaplane Port, the Flyhistorisk Museum Sola is one of the most unique attractions in Stavanger. The museum focuses on exhibits of aircrafts that are used at the Sola Military Base and the Stavanger Airport. In addition to having a wide variety of completely restored aircrafts, the museum also houses parts of aircrafts, dating from the second World War to those of modern day.

You can also find a collection of over 30 historic aircrafts here, which includes military planes and civilian planes, in addition to pilot and crew uniforms, aircraft models as well as historic photographs. For a personalised and unique experience, you can also board some of the planes present here, which isn’t often found in aviation museums around the world.

Location: Sola Prestegårdsveg 170, 4050 Sola, Norway

Timing: 12:00 p.m. to 04:00 p.m. (Only open on Sundays)

Entry fee: INR 340 to INR 2,000 approximately
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