And it’s just across from the airport. All those flight connections and a few hours between flights can be spent right here!
I do have a slight obsession with Yugoslav design and architecture of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. Basically with everything that existed before I was born. Well, that is why I’m telling you that you must! see this museum building. But that is of course not the only reason to visit this place.
The museum has over 200 aircraft, most of them are inside the glass building with some in front of it, and a lot of documentation about the first airline in Yugoslavia (1927) and the history of aviation in this region. The place has quite an interesting atmosphere as there are rarely more than 5 people visiting at the same time (unless you come across a group of school children) and as I mentioned it is an enormous glass building filled with old aircraft. Creepy nostalgic, that is how I might describe it.
You can catch bus number 72 from Zeleni venac and just get out on the last stop. They have summer and winter working hours. If you ask them, summer ends on the 30th of October.
P.S. If you have a Serbian passport you get 50% off the ticket price but keep in mind that they only accept cash, so make sure you find an ATM before you go there.