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If you have been a visitor to Castle Air Museum in the past it is time to make another trip out to Atwater to see the newest additions to the museum. Go to their website to find out what has been added to this wonderful...More
Just go and explore the history and variety of crafts on display. Wear comfortable shoes as the displays are so many and such an effort is being made to maintain the aircraft. I know each of us will have stories after visiting. Go!
A large collection of military aircraft used since World War 2. These planes are accurately restored, and displayed on a large field.
If you are interested in military history, this is an opportunity to see what the planes looked like up close and personal.
What a great way to spend an afternoon walking for at least 1-2 miles around so many incredible airplanes of the past including an original Air Force 1. They have an inside airconditioned spot to with so much memorabilia. Fun to also walk thru the...More
This would be a great place to go on a cool day. The museum has a reasonably sized parking lot. There is an entrance building with a gift shop. Cost to enter is about $10 or 15/person and $2 for an information booklet. The majority...More
As we had a spare day we decided to drive over to the museum.
Great selection of planes to see with a small history museum. Plenty of parking with a VC9 formally Air Force One parked outside. They do inside tours of AF1 but only...More
We wanted to vistit the Museum with our family. As we were with a small rv and it was very hot (105°F) we needed to cool it. For some reason our generator failed and so we asked if we may plug in our rv at...More
The former Castle AFB is Atwater is now the home of a fine air museum. Nice displays of Air Force planes from WWII onward, all donated and maintained by members of the museum. Certainly not the largest of its kind, but worth a stop.