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India’s second largest public hal aerospace museum in bangalore, it was established in 2001 by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). It features a museum, showcasing the history and achievements of HAL, a library, aero modeling club and a souvenir shop. Fighter planes, jets, air crafts and still more air crafts! Sky will be the limit for your little one’s excitement at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) The Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum Bangalore. What’s more? You’ll get to use the flight simulator as well (at INR 10). Pinch yourself, it’s true! Hal museum is one of the best places to visit near bangalore.
This museum has everything you want to know about the aeronautical history of India and a glimpse of some of the most ferocious fighter planes of the India Air Force. The life size models are a sight that you must not miss and your kids will love you for this treat.
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Well maintained place with lots of information. The guide service is also available which makes it a great knowledge trip. I have been there 3 times with different relatives each time belonging to all age groups and everyone have enjoyed. Suggestions: 1. Please accept credit cards for entry fee. 2. Please keep some model planes in gift shop. 3. Kindly keep the AV show running openly so that everyone can view it without waiting for the next 2 hours. 4. Have some AV shows in the year wise blocks to make it less monotonous.
The place is definitely for you if you're into aviation technology and all that stuff. Otherwise, you'll just be taking pictures with the installations, which is still nice. It is a wonder to see the planes and jets up close. It unfolds the history and development of Indian aviation, the pioneers, the uses of planes and helicopters (application in agriculture, artificial rain etc.) and all that. There is a tiny souvenir shop where you can even find original Hyderabadi pearl jewelry. Also the entire compound is well maintained. Clean toilets, a small cafe, gardens all around. Drinking water is available free of cost in front of the cafe. Behind it, there are a couple of marble benches and desks so you can chill for a bit after walking around in the sun. There's also a small fish pond near it. It is overall pretty nice. And green. Very green. Have fun! (The entry fee for adults is Rs. 50 per head. Can't remember how much it is for kids, sorry.)
Its gr8 to catch up with the achievements of our Indian Air force. I really felt proud be able to visit the place and feel the joy of innovation and victory. At the same time I felt sad that I couldn't be part of air fore ever, (Short Height). One thing I did not like is that entrance you have to pay cash, when Govt. is pushing digitization. That felt upsetting.
I liked it alot.. once in a life time chance to view the planes and chopper so closely.. it also has a garden of flower enriching the beauty of museum.. The simulators are the best part which we missed unfortunately.. can spend for around 1.5 hours in here... Entry cost would be 50 per adult and children below 3 years of age free of cost..
A very well maintained Aerospace museum and a must visit for aerospace enthusiast and for all ages . Spread across a wide area, this place has many vintage fighter jets, Helicopters and many Avionics systems like Engines in display. The museum has its own park, cafeteria and dining area which is very well maintained. One needs at least 2 hours to see this place. The museum also has many photographs in chronological order to relive the legacy of India Aerospace industry.