The open-air museum of aircraft was created on the basis of the Central air club of Army, Air Force and Navy Volunteer Society named in honor of twice a Hero of the Soviet Union Sergei Gritsevets.
Today there are more than 30 exhibits in the museum. Among them are: An-2, An-26, Il-14P, Il-18V, L-29, MiG-17, MiG-15UTI, MiG-19S, MiG-21bis, MiG-23UB, MiG-25PU, MiG-25BM MiG-27K, MiG-29, Su-7BMK, Su-17M, Su-24M, Su-25, Tu-134, Yak-18, Yak-25, Yak-28PP, Yak-40. Helicopters Ka-26, Mi-1, Mi-2, Mi-8T, Mi-24P, Mi-26. Ground-based catapult trainer NKTL 29-39.
Museum visitors can visit the cockpits of an aircraft and feel like real pilots.
The excursion is most interesting for schoolchildren.