Flying Museum Seppe, founded in 1990, is established at Breda International Airport (EHSE), formerly known as ‘Seppe Airfield’, in the Netherlands.
It is located close to the A58 motorway between the cities of Roosendaal and Breda.
The museum has a unique collection of historical aircraft and static exhibits related to aviation. All aircraft are airworthy and are used on a regular basis, hence the name Flying Museum. The museum also has it’s own display team, the Tiger Formation.
Aircraft in our collection are: three DH.82 Tiger Moths (D-ELHU, D-EPKS and G-AJHS), two DHC-1 Chipmunks (G-APLO, OO-WPB), Kitfox 4 (PH-DJM), Luscombe 8F (N9945C), Piper L-4 (2-KNIL and N1227M) and an Auster V (PH-NET).
The static part of the collection features some impressing cut away radial, piston and jet engines.
A unique exhibit is our Messerschmitt 109G-5 that was restored after being salvaged following a war time accident near Schiphol Airport.
The museum is open during the opening hours as published on the right hand side of this page.
We also offer guided tours for groups. Please contact us to make an appointment. Guided tours can also be arranged outside of normal opening hours.