nice collection of aircrafts. we enjoyed the trip. the kids loved it. the workers are real nice and very helpful.
The museum has a really extensive collection of military aircraft and for a real treat visit on a day when they are allowing people to actually climb aboard some of the planes. There are always several veterans present to help you learn about the planes and about their military history.
There are 65+ vintage military (mostly USAAF & USAF) planes dating back to the 30's. The highlights are the B-17, B-29, P-38, B-47, B-52, and the star of the show....the awesome SR-71. Wear comfortable shoes since the aircraft are spread out over more than 5 acres.
If you have passion about mechanical engineering, this is a place that you cannot missed because it offers you a lot of information about US Air Forces that were used during WWI & WWII. In my personal experience, it wasn't my case, but I still enjoy it.
A person might figure that since this museum is adjacent to a military facility that it is limited to military matters only. Not true! This is truly a aviation museum, with an extensive collection of items relate to the space program (including the Soviet Union's!) as well as a growing area devoted to commercial aviation. But of course there is... More
There is so much to see at the Air Museum, that I would strongly recommend it to anyone. There is a fantastic Flying Fortress and a combination of old and newer planes. The uniforms and knick knacks of various pilots from around the world is amazing.
I frequent the museum at least twice a year. The museum has expanded and is different every time I visit. My favorite feature has to be the personal uniforms and memorabilia on display from WWII. I am sure that proud families have donated these after their loved ones have past so that we, too, may appreciate their dedicated service.
We visited this museum on a beautiful sunny day where the planes are displayed well. There is a plethora of planes from every era and, if you like to look at planes, this is your place. However, if you are looking for more, this might be a disappointment. A.) In many cases, there was no explanation for what you were... More
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