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Explore The Development of aviation in South Africa

The South African Airways Museum is a “working” museum that’s run by enthusiastic volunteers. Learn about early aircraft. Get closer to aircraft and the inside story of our airline industry than you’ve ever been before.

Technical Boeing 747SP “Live” Tours
Saturday 2 March 2024
Saturday 1 June 2024
Saturday 7 September 2024

Planes, Trains & Automobiles
Hobbies & Collectibles Fair
Saturday 11th May 2024


Some people get stuck doing the same old things

Trying to find something to watch on TV
Reading a boring textbook out loud
Wrestling kids away from their screens
Take your group on a field trip.
Wing your way to our museum.

Plan Your Visit Now

Explore the only aviation museum in the world that has two Boeing 747 aircraft.
Don’t miss out on a guided tour of the inside of a Boeing 747 aircraft.

Group Outing

School Excursion

Step aboard a Boeing 747

You are invited to board South Africa’s famous Boeing 747 that flew over the Rugby World Cup final in 1995. Explore the aircraft, locate the crew’s sleeping quarters, and find out what colour the black box really is.

Host an Event at the Museum

Host a birthday party at the museum – we have a lapa and braai you can hire for an affordable rate. Larger corporate functions or photoshoots can be held in our Aircraft Hangar.

Private Venue Hire

Business Venue Hire

Connect with Us

We are a Non-Profit Company and run purely on the enthusiasm of students, hobbyists, retirees and companies. Each contribution, big or small, helps us move forward.


See How People Rate Us

We are rated a Top Activity in Germiston on TripAdvisor.

Our Visitors Say

Excellent experience for our learners. Very educational ... Learners were in awe !!!!!
Nomsa Mhlongo
Had an event here. WOW.. so awesome to be surrounded by these planes. Saw the SAA plane that flew over Ellis Park for the Rugby World Cup in 1995. The team that worked there were fantastic
Evi M.
A great guide went all out to make us feel welcome, answer our questions, and surprise and keep our little one stimulated. The opportunity to see and explore parts of a real-life aircraft that you do not get an opportunity to do as a passenger is invaluable.
Ebrahim Moosa
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