I visited the Aviation Museum in Bodø in April 2006. It is an immediately impressive building. The reception, visitor facilities and a display area are centrally located beneath the control tower, and are flanked by two huge exhibition spaces – one side for military and the other for civil aviation.
A quick photo outdoors before heading in to the exhibition building.
A brief history of early attempts to achieve manned flight, including ballooning were displayed in the central area . . .
. . . as well as a RF-5A Freedom Fighter.
How to build a plane – well, Norwegians are good at woodwork aren’t they