The Israeli Air Force Museum is located near the Beer Sheva in the Negev desert. Founded in 1977 and opened to the public since 1991. The museum displays a variety of aircraft of the Israeli Air Force and foreign aircraft and anti-aircraft weapons.
The Air Force Museum is the only one in Israel where the whole team is comprised of soldiers in regular service, including tour guides in 5 languages: Hebrew, Spanish, French and Russian. Logistics personnel, aircraft mechanics, administrative staff and photographers are also soldiers.
More than 140 aircraft and anti-aircraft systems are on display, as well as missile launchers with ammunition. In addition to the collection of aircraft used by the Israeli Air Force, the museum also has captured Israeli enemy aircraft, including the Soviet MiG.