Welcome to the Air Force Museum's guide app! In this you can listen to stories about Sweden, the world and Swedish defense during the first 100 years of the flight. You can also plant among the exhibited aircraft; read, listen and see pictures and movies about them. Or do a deep diving on aerospace and aerodynamics issues.
About the Air Force Museum
Experience the Swedish military aircraft development at the Air Force Museum in Linköping - from the flight childhood to today's JAS 39 Gripen. The Air Force Museum is a modern technology and cultural history museum that is part of the National Museum of Defense History, an agency including the Army Museum in Stockholm.
Air Force Museum exhibitions and collections
In the Air Force Museum's exhibitions you will find a unique collection of military aircraft and other objects related to the flight's centennial history. You can also step into typical Swedish homes from the second half of the last century in the great exhibition of Sweden during the Cold War. A time when the whole world succumbed to a war that never broke out.
On the ground floor of the museum, DC-3 is a flying aircraft with a very special history. The suspended aircraft was saved after 50 years on the seabed. Now you see it in a suggestive and thoughtful exhibition about political games and the relatives' search for truth.
The Air Force Museum's large collection of objects includes aircraft, engines, instruments, uniforms and other links with the military aviation history. The largest part of the museum's approximately 100,000 items are stored in the magazine.
The library and the archive contain a wealth of information related to air and flight history - books, magazines, drawings, photographs and personal data.