Naval Aviation Museum in Goa

Study the evolution ofIndian Navy here

Study the evolution ofIndian Navy here | Photo credit: Wikimedia / Trinidade

Naval Aviation Museum Overview

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A military museum, the Naval Aviation Museum houses exhibits which portray the evolution of the Indian Navy over the years. The museum is divided into an indoor exhibit and an indoor gallery divided over two floors.

Inaugurated in October 1998, the Naval Aviation Museum is the second of its kind in India, the first one being the Air Force Museum in Delhi. The outdoor exhibit is a vast park where visitors can walk around and have a look at all the aircrafts which the Indian Navy has used over the years. There are a total of thirteen aircrafts on display, some of them being: Sea Harrier, Hawker Sea Hawk, HAL-HT-2, HAL Chetak and the Westland Sea King. In the indoor section of the museum, visitors will find information about the key battles in which the Indian Navy was involved. Apart from that, on display are weapons used in war, uniforms worn by Navy personnel and also old photographs. The museum also houses mammoth replicas of the INS Vikrant and the INS Viraat.

  • Opening Closing Time 10 am to 5 pm (except Mondays)

Location

South side of Dabolim Airport. Off NH 17