Opening in 1991, Germany’s Technik Museum Speyer has been branded ‘a must’ for aviation enthusiasts. Assistant editor Jamie Ewan went to find out why

An overhead view of the Technik Museum Speyer - the Liller Halle is the building at the bottom.

Imagine being able to walk out onto the wing of a Boeing 747, then to climb into the world’s biggest turboprop transport aircraft, before peering into the cockpit of a Soviet Buran spacecraft! It sounds like a dream – but it’s all possible at this expansive attraction in Germany.

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