Tehran Aviation Exhibition is located at the fourth kilometer of the Tehran-Karaj freeway.
Also known as Tehran Aviation Museum, it is the first and only permanent aviation exhibition in Iran, visitiran.ir wrote.
The exhibition’s oldest plane flew in Iran in the 1970s. Extending in an area of 40 hectares, it has various sections, including the Museum of the Aviation History of Iran and the World. The exhibition was inaugurated in 1987, and there are currently 42 planes on display.
At the Tehran Aviation Exhibition, enthusiasts can increase their knowledge about the basic and advanced level of aircraft production, fly with light aircraft, paramotors, and paragliders.
Astronomical and multimedia facilities and 3-D cinemas will be added to the collection.
Stepping inside these retired planes gives you a glimpse of aviation’s past. The models include a former Iran Air Cargo Boeing 747, some Boeing 737s, a Lockheed L-1011 Tristar, and some smaller planes like Aero Commanders, Cessnas, and Pipers, alongside rare plane types.
You can also explore Eram Park for more excitement, thanks to the proximity to Tehran Aviation Exhibition. It is home to several amusement facilities.
Eram Zoo and Money Museum are also located near Eram Park and Tehran Aviation Exhibition. The exhibition has easy access to Azadi Tower and Ghazzali Cinema Town.