Greek Air Force Museum, Tatoi Dekelia
The Greek Air Force Museum is located in the suburbs of Athens on the operational military Air Base of Tatoi Dekelia where besides the Hellenic Air Force museum is located but also the Air Force Academy. The museum displays a variety of Greek Air Force and foreign aircraft.
The museum’s mission is the concentration, preservation and presentation of HAF’s heirlooms, the study and documentation of history, the presentation of the nation’s battles and the Spirit of Flight throughout the centuries.
HAF’s museum is by nature both an aviation, military and technological museum. According to the ICOM classification, HAF’s museum belongs to the category of historic-technological museums that study and present a specific human activity in all its forms. In this case, the museum presents the Hellenic Air Force and its history.
Saturday – Sunday
- 10:00 to 16:00 during nightlight saving time (Last admission 15:00)
- 10:00 to 18:00 during daylight saving time (Last admission 17:00)
Working days (only for groups – students – associations)
Prearrangement is obligatory at least 4 days before the visit, on the museum’s phone numbers, from 08:00 to 14:30 (Last admission 13:30).
Public Holidays: Closed
Address: HAF Museum, Dekelia Air Base, 13671, Tatoi, Greece
Phone: +30 210 8195254, +30 210 8195255