The Gianni Caproni Aeronautics Museum - where the dream of Icarus comes true
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Dedicated to the Italian engineer Gianni Caproni, the Aeronautics Museum of Trento opened its doors in 1992 displaying a total of 17 historical aircrafts. The museum was originally founded in 1929 by Caproni himself, the Trentino aviation pioneer, but due to World War 2 it had to be closed for some years and rebuilt.
In addition to a rich variety of historical aircrafts, known as some of the rarest and most fascinating ones all over the world, the museum features numerous engines, pieces of zeppelins, propellers, a rich thematic library and a technical and photographic archive.
Every year, interactive astronomy exhibitions, air shows and airplane model exhibitions are scheduled in close collaboration with several aeronautic organisations and enterprises.
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4,50 € Ticket
3,00 € reduced ticket: children from 15 to 26 years, elderly (over 65), groups over 15 visitors, Teachers with ministerial card or identity card, Staff and collaborators Italfly with suitable badge, Members of Associazione Museo storico in Trento, Visitors with ticket of Base Tuono.
Free entrance: for children up to 14 years, students (class), Memberships ICOM, AMACI, ANISA, CIMAM, Tourist guides, Accompanying teachers, Journalists with press card, Guest Card Trentino, TrentoRovereto Card e Museum Pass, People with disabilities.
Family Card: € 9,00 (Parents and children under 18), € 4,50 (1 Parent and children under 18)
Guided tours for groups of 10 or more participants - reservation required (Phone: +39 0461 1747045 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)