Royal Saudi Air Force Museum is a museum in Saudi Arabia is basically situated over the eastern road that is called as the ring road of Riyadh. This is between 10 and 11 exits. A Saudi Lockheed L-1011 Tristar serves as a gate guard easily view-able from the ring road. Admission is ten Riyals for adults and five Riyal for children. Museum timings are from 09:00 am till 12:00 noon and from 04:00 pm to 08:00 pm -Daily, closed on Fridays. The historical center displays the historical backdrop of the Royal Saudi Air Force since its creation in the decade from 1920 to the present. The gallery has an outside stop and an extensive and present day indoor static historical center. This is the best aero museum in Riyadh.
The introduction rooms contain displays about the historical backdrop of air ship motors and their weapons, regalia, identifications, and enrichment and an uncommon show about Prince Sultan receptacle Salman canister Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, the primary Saudi in space. If you are looking for places in Riyadh, visit this!The Museum of the Royal Saudi Air Force is a museum of Saudi Arabia which is located on the eastern ring road of Riyadh between exits 10 and 11. The gallery exhibits the historical backdrop of the Royal Saudi Air Force since its creation in mid 1920 to the present. The historical center has an open air stop and a vast and current indoor static exhibition hall.
The introduction rooms contain displays about the historical backdrop of flying machine motors and their weapons, garbs, identifications, and embellishments and an exceptional show about Prince Sultan canister Salman receptacle Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia the principal Saudi in space. The museum was inaugurated in 1999 and summarizes the history of Saudi air forces from its creation in the early twentieth century to the present. The entrance is worth only 10 riyals (about two and a half euros), 5 for children. At the door, there is a panel with schedules (there is no segregation by sex) and prices. The bottom part says that you can buy special tickets that include access to some simulators, but at the box office they have told us that they are not operational, too bad!
The truth is that if you like airplanes, the museum is fine to pass the time. One hour is enough if you do not see it in depth; if you are going to stop to read the explanatory panels of the planes, you may need two. If the airplanes neither go to you nor come to you, we would say that you save it, but in case of Riyadh and 10 riyals, any excuse is good for a walk. The museum has an outdoor area (with landing strip included) and the main indoor exhibition. There is a coffee shop and a gift shop. The facilities are very clean and in good condition. Get a Riyadh travel guide!
As you can read above, on the ground floor is where the airplanes, the simulators, and the explanatory documentaries are. On the first floor is the gift shop, and there are exhibits of military uniforms, medals, weapons, missiles and aircraft models.