The Air Force Museum "Air Force Nature Reserve" invites you to a tour of the air history trails of the State of Israel.
The museum is a national center whose role is to preserve the heritage of the Air Force, research it, present it and instill it, to the Israeli public in general and to future generations of Air Force fighters and soldiers in particular, in order to bring them closer to the Air Force and its heritage while creating affinity and mutual relations between them.
The Air Force Museum was established nearly four decades ago, near the Hatzor base. The museum contains a collection of military aircraft, which is one of the most comprehensive and largest in the Western world. The museum is progressive and unique, combining the existing collection of airplanes in an educational-experiential display, which teaches about the development of the Air Force, with entertainment for the whole family.
Air Force Museum in the premises
The museum is open to visitors on Sunday-Thursday
Between the hours of 9:00-16:30 (cash register closes at 15:30)
Entry to the museum is subject to presentation of a valid Israeli ID card/passport.