The Little Aviation Museum Promoting interest in aviation history and scale modelling

The Little Aviation Museum

The Little Aviation Museum uses scale models to tell stories about aviation using a museum based philosophy.

The Museum’s core are its Public Galleries which feature images and information about hundreds of individual aircraft. Linked to these Galleries are Special Displays about a number of aviation and related topics.

The Museum’s Public Reading Room provides text based information about aviation and scale modelling. This includes current items on modelling and a regular ‘Workbench Note’ about construction of one of the latest exhibits added to the museum.

Vought A 7A Model G

Latest Additions to the Gallery

Special Displays areas change regularly and are available for a short period.

Each display is available for a limited time before being relocated to an area reserved for members.

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Reading Room

The Reading Room explains and entertains.

Read the Workbench Notes that describe in details the processes used to construct each model.

Browse through our articles to read about our experience of building the models.

View a range of books you can purchase to add to your own collection.

Leave a Comment in the Guest Book

Feel free to browse The Little Aviation Museum and enjoy the displays and articles.

We welcome you to leave a comment in our online Guest Book.

Workbench Notes

Enjoy the collection of Workbench Notes that document the process of creating our models.

Supermarine Spitfire Vb in 1/72 by Airfix

Strv 103c in 1/72 by Trumpeter

Leduc 0.22 in 1/72 by Mach 2

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Visitor Support

Visitor feedback is invited through the Museum’s Guest Book.

Visitors are also invited to monitor the Museum’s regular blog about museum activities featuring recent additions to the Public Galleries, Special Displays and the Public Reading Room.

Support for The Little Aviation Museum is sought from visitors, initially through on-line donations.

Later we will be offering sponsorships and opening a Friends of The Little Aviation Museum program which will offer exclusive benefits including access to all archived Special Displays and Workbench Notes and the museum’s catalogue, for a small annual fee.

This website acknowledges the members of the Wathaurong Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land on which it is produced in Ballarat, Victoria, and pays respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.