For many, the Aeroseum in Säve near Gothenburg, is a place where they can look at an assortment of aircraft and think about the past. For others, like student pilot, Emma Freese, it’s an opportunity to teach children about flying while also completing her own training to become a pilot. As children explore cockpits and marvel at all the dials, Emma looks ahead to the day she receives a Commercial Pilot License and will be able to fly planes herself. She told Swedish media she would especially enjoy working in countries where women are not allowed the freedom to have their own transportation, flying for Qatar Airways or Emirates Airline.

The underground hangar hewn from rock, extending over 235,000 square feet, has been open to the public since 2008. The history and development of aviation are presented at the historic aviation cultural centre of the Aeroseum. Everything from Icarus to the modern aircraft of today, helicopters and other flying machines. Civilian, military and international.


Aeroseum offers experiences that have not previously been available to the general public, including flying in vintage aircraft and helicopters.
For those who are interested in aviation, check out the Aeroseum’s website to learn more: