Hi. Today we will show you one very interesting place. The newly opened Squadron 303 Museum. It is in Napoleon, Poland (near Częstochowa). I’d like to begin with great thank you to museum staff. We were unaware of the fact that weekdays are for group tours and individuals are welcome on Sundays. We arrived on Friday, the drive took us exceptionally long, and we arrived 30 minutes before closing time. Despite it we were treated as true guests, we were allowed to freely visit the place. It is absolutely one of the best museums I’ve been to. Due to my passion I’ve seen quite a few. We can see Polish aviation memorabilia not only concerning Squadron 303. You can now see a few shots, there is a lot more to admire so you can have a surprise while visiting. Among others you can see Zumbach’s cigarette case. There are 3 actual WWII Sqn.303 badges. The museum itself is divided into theme chambers. These show the pre-war Polish aviation, or the Polish Army in the West, or the Luftwaffe. More than just WWII air force. Many various types of uniforms. Very coherent, beatifully exposed collection. The building itself is not that big. There are models and cases made of aircraft elements. Creators had a clear idea and considerable funds. This is about the main building. You enter it via vitage airport mobile stairs. There are few more facilities. A cinematic hall, we were shown a 1/2 hour documentary about Jan Zumbach. And this is a scenography of “Dywizjon 303” movie. Rooms where pilots would sleep or play chess. There is also a modern day aviation pub. Outside there are 3 MiG’s, an Iskra and Mi-2 helicopter. These don’t remember the Battle of Britain, but create a nice scenery. I wanted to visit this place for some time. Once more thank you for letting us in so kindly. I recommend this place for all history, aviation, warfare and museum fans. Come to Napoleon, Poland and visit the “Muzeum 303” museum. In front of the building we have a full scale and very decent Hurricane model. The only 1:1 Hurricane in Poland. We have historic Spitfire and Bf-109, but no Hurricane. It may be less popular and iconic than the Spitfire but it served as the RAF workhorse fighter, the first fighter to be flown by Polish pilots in England. A beautiful gate guardian here. The Hawker Hurricane. Now I’ve said it all, were going back to Kraków, bye!