- Polish Aviation Museum, Cracow
- Polish Air Force Museum, Dęblin
Other museums with aerospace exhibits :
- Polish Army Museum, Warsaw (large collection)
- Museum of Polish Military Technology, Warsaw (large collection)
- Lubuskie Muzeum Wojskowe, Drzonów (small collection)
- Polish Navy Museum, Gdynia (small collection)
- Muzeum Orła Białego, Skarżysko-Kamienna (small collection)
Read more about this topic: List Of Aerospace Museums
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