The SAA Museum

If you’re looking for an outing for adults and kids alike, this venue is perfect.

The museum holds various “Real” aircraft that you can actually enter. One of these includes the famous Boeing 747 “Lebombo” which flew over Ellis Park Stadium before the final of the Rugby World Cup in 1995. Another aircraft that stands in the museum in all its glory is the Maluti which is also a Boeing 747.

Other aircraft which you can view includes:

Aircraft Make & Model

Aircraft Name

Lockheed L18-08 Lodestar

Andries Pretorius

de Havilland DH 104 Dove


Lockheed L1649A Starliner


CASA 352L (Junkers Ju 52/3m)

Jan van Riebeeck

Vickers VC1A Viking


Boeing 747-244B


Douglas C-54D-15-DC


Boeing 747SP-44


Douglas DC-3 Dakota


Douglas DC-4 Skymaster


Boeing 707-344CEast London
Boeing 737-219 AdvPukeko


The SAA Museum caters for various events such as:

  • Award ceremonies
  • Birthdays
  • Board meetings
  • Car Club outings
  • End of year functions
  • Christmas Parties
  • New Years Eve Parties
  • Fashion Shows
  • Lectures
  • Photo/film/video shoot
  • Weddings

But of course, you don’t have to attend an event or function to visit the museum. View their opening times below:

Monday & Tuesday
By appointment only.
Wednesday to Sunday
09h00 to 15h00
Public Holidays
09h00 to 15h00

Prices: Adults: R30 – Children: R20

Address and contact details

To find out more information about the SAA museum, simple visit their website at: www.saamuseum.co.za.

SAA Museum Society facilities at rand bruce perkins

The South African Airways Museum Society Aircraft Park at Rand Airport 10 January 2010 Photograph: Bruce Perkins

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