SA Air Force Museum and its satellite stations (Air Force Station Port Elizabeth and Air Force Base Ysterplaat) are open to the public. However, groups are still not accommodated as such increases the risk of infections. Only individual walk-ins will be assisted. Members of the public are requested, encouraged, and advised to adhere to all Covid-19 protocols.
[South African Air Force Museum: COVID-19 Protocols]
Operating hours: Monday to Friday from 08:00 - 15:00
Museum remains close on weekends
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South African Air Force Museum will be opened to the public from 17 – 23 May 2021.
Entrance to the Museum
Entrance to the Museum is free. However, members of the public are encouraged to make donations towards the upkeep or maintenance of the historical artefacts.
Schools and groups are required to make bookings at least two (2) weeks before their proposed visit to the Museum. Individual walk-ins not required to make bookings.
The South African Air Force Museum is situated inside the operational Air Force Base, which means security is of utmost importance. Therefore, when visiting the Museum, members of the public must have proper personal identification. Military personnel at the gate reserve the right to search any individual coming and leaving the Base.