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The Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum is home to one of the largest collections of Cold War aircraft and artifacts in the U.S. The Museum preserves and displays historic aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and provides STEM education. The...more
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I took my two 7 year old grandsons to see the museum on 2 Jan. The main attraction for me is the B-36 bomber. My grandfather was on this bomber's crew. Only four of the B-36s are left. The rest of the planes were nice...More
This museum was incredible. I spent 2.5 hours here and never got bored because there was so many things to see. Besides the massive amount of aircraft in the building, there is also exhibits on the Tuskegee Airmen, 9/11, WW2, the holocaust, women in aviation,...More
This place is huge. We walked for miles around these aircraft. So interesting to see the actual aircraft that was used in the past. To stand by the plane, you feel like an ant! If only we could have gone inside one. Some of them...More
We went to this museum while we were in town visiting family. We had a 4, 9, 12, 13 and 14-year-old in our group. There was a lot for all of us to see, do and enjoy. The museum is very rich in history. We...More
We took our sons ages 5, 7, and 12. The museum is very large, but was a little disappointed in the lack of hands on exhibits. It was cool to see such large planes up close, but there were only a few that you could...More
We arrived just in time to take the tour and so glad we did. The tour guide, a former pilot, certainly knew his planes. He gave a brief description of each plane detailing it's features and drawbacks. While we were there they were setting up...More
We spent 2-3 hours here on a Saturday afternoon. You walk around and read about each plane at your own pace. Ages in our group ranged from 14-50 and everyone enjoyed it and learned a lot. The tie towers in memory of the World Trade...More
From the minute you walk into the lobby of the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum near Ashland, Nebraska, you are awestruck by the sight of the massive Lockheed SR-71A Blackbird that thoroughly dominates the glass atrium. It is the greatest and fastest airplane ever...More
Cool place to see some old aircrafts for $13. Easy to spend 1-2 hours in this massive airplane warehouse. Friendly staff and lots of parking. The B-32 was ginourmous, unbelievable that it took flight 70 years ago. Great spot of history or aviation buffs.
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Hello! The Museum has a small cafe called "Plane Foods" where you can get pizza (Valentino's), pretzels, sandwiches, cookies, and drinks. Ashland (which is about 3 minutes from the Museum) has a cafe called Cheri Os and a... More
Hello! The Museum has a small cafe called "Plane Foods" where you can get pizza (Valentino's), pretzels, sandwiches, cookies, and drinks. Ashland (which is about 3 minutes from the Museum) has a cafe called Cheri Os and a BBQ place called Parkers (highly recommended).
As for the tours: the public tours are daily (call before if you would like one, these are volunteers and things come up) at 11 am. Depending on which volunteer, they will last up to 2 hours. If you would like a private tour, there is a fee for the tour guide. You might enjoy just going through the Museum yourself and reading all of the signage and explanations of each exhibit and aircraft.