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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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We stopped by here since my husband was begging to go. We only had a little time and barely got through 1/3 of it. It was much larger than my relatives had led us to believe when they recommended it.
Not really my daughter's or...More
Really enjoyed two hour visit to the SAC museum in Ashland Nebraska, between Omaha and Lincoln. Upon entering you see a SR71 hanging from the ceiling....most impressive!
Continue downstairs and view two large buildings containing wonderfully restored US aircraft from WWII thru the end of...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit, and I learned so much about the Blackbird! Highly recommend joining the complimentary guided tour. Our guide was a pilot who provided fantastic insight, and I got much more out of the visit than I would have if I’d walked around...More
We are seniors who enjoy museums and read most of the displays. We spent 4 hours here. My complaint is the museum needs some refreshing. Some of the signage is worn from age, has misspellings, has sharpie marker corrections, or is typed in a font...More
All of the displays are in a large air conditioned building so they are protected and you can enjoy in any weather. Excellent displays of restored aircraft and friendly staff. A must see if you are a military flight fan. Plan on 2 hours for...More
We went here on a hot day to get out of the heat and spent several hours there. There is tons of history here. We had an amazing tour guide named Don. He basically knew all of the pilots on the planes and had flown...More
I'd agree with a few of the negative comments that some of the staff are not particularly knowledgeable. This museum could really benefit from a good volunteer docent program, some people actually excited and educated in the history and facts about what they have there....More
His dad picked this activity and it sounded good on a hot day. Indoors and historical. Started raining as we headed there so the idea was even better. The museum is larger than what we have in Denver and chock full of aircrafts and displays....More
Thank you for your question. We do not allow guests inside the aircraft, unless there is a special occasion. We have an event coming up on August 10, where you'll be able to see inside some of the airplanes, but not all.
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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.