The Singapore Air Force Museum captures the spirit and heritage of the RSAF. The museum now resides on 10,600 m² of land, with a total built up area of 4,600 m². The exhibition area comprises mainly the outdoor gallery, eight indoor galleries on the second level and the history of aviation gallery on the first level.
Walking through the main entrance to the concourse area, you will see many memorabilia being displayed, including features on the past Chiefs of the Air Force.
The outdoor gallery boasts more than 2,000 m2 of RSAF's glorious past, some on the ground and others suspended from the 16m high roof. The viewing deck on the second level provides a panoramic view of these exhibits. The various aircraft on display range from our first possessions: the Cessna 172K, BAC 167 Strikemaster and T-33 Shooting Star trainers, to early aircraft like Hawker Hunter and SF-260 SIAI Marchetti, and finally to more recent acquisitions including the UH-1B Helicopter and A4-S Skyhawk.
You will also get to feast your eyes on aircraft armament and air defense artillery including the Bloodhound Missile, support equipment like practice targets, and even aircraft engines like the Rolls Royce Bristol Viper.
Air Force Museum Visitor Information
400 Airport Road
Tuesday to Sunday 8.30am to 5.00pm (Closed on Monday & Public Holidays)