HAL Aerospace Museum is at Bangaluru (earlier known as Bangalore) in Karnataka sate, India.
HAL Aerospace Museum was opened in the year 2001, which has a wide array of old aircrafts, helicopters, rockets, etc, on display at its premises, which helps to increase the scientific temper among the public, especially among the children. There are many defense related informative and historical data, in the HAL Aerospace Museum Bengaluru.
There is a paid flight simulator for kids. There is also a mock Air traffic control tower.
HAL Heritage Center and Aerospace Museum at Bangaluru is open on all days and entry is through tickets (small fee is charged) at the ticket counter on the old Airport road. It is opposite to the old airport runway. HAL Aerospace Museum Bengaluru is one of the must see places in Bangalore, especially for the kids.
How Do I Go to HAL Aerospace Museum Bengaluru?
HAL Aerospace Museum at Bangalore is well connected by roads. It is situated on what is now called the “Old Airport Road”. (This road which was earlier known as ‘Airport road’ , was re-named as ‘Old airport Road’, after the new airport was opened at Devanahalli, Bangalore.) This road crosses the ‘Outer Ring Road’ over the bridge at Marthahalli, around one kilometer from the Aerospace Museum. A few minutes drive from here takes you to the hub of IT-industry in India, Whitefield, Bangalore. Whitefield also houses Sathya Sai Baba‘s ashram at Bangalore.
HAL Aerospace Museum at Bangalore is just one and a half kilometers distance, on the opposite side of the old Bangalore airport. Aerospace Museum at Bangalore is just 8 kilometers from the Mahatma Gandhi Road (M.G. Road), Bangalore. Check out the Bangalore map for details
Bengaluru International airport at Devanahalli, on the outskirts of Bangalore, is the nearest airport now. (old airport is no longer used for civilian transport). ‘Bangalore City Junction’ railway station is the nearest major station. Bangalore ‘Krishnarajapuram” Station (K.R. Puram) is also nearer to HAL Aerospace Museum Bengaluru, which is not a major station; though most express trains stops here.