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Kim Marshall wrote a review Jul 2020
Gilman City, Missouri8 contributions
If you are military, the base has a nice walking path along a sea wall with historic facts to read. The lighthouse is open to all & a must do.
Date of experience: July 2020
Terri D wrote a review Jul 2020
Fayetteville, Arkansas351 contributions155 helpful votes
First-hand experience a necessity for understanding just what is involved in keeping our country safe. Those who are honored to serve this nation deserve our undying gratitude. Nothing but respect for these professionals!
Date of experience: August 2019
Juan Miguel C wrote a review Apr 2020
4 contributions1 helpful vote
Thanks so to all the crew members there at the Naval Air Base. Keep flying safe hope to see you very soon!!!
Date of experience: April 2020
Doug V wrote a review Mar 2020
Pensacola, Florida97 contributions14 helpful votes
This place is great. The navy air museum is fantastic by itself. So many planes and jets but there is also a very old lighthouse, fort barracanus a big civil war fort and historic barracanus cemetery. Take your walking shoes cause you won't want to stop. And the blue Angel's practice their performance behind the museum on many days around 11 or 1130. Their flying so close its unbelievable. You sure won't regret your visit but check with the base before you come and most things are free. …
Date of experience: December 2019
Gary W wrote a review Feb 2020
Hamburg, New York24 contributions6 helpful votes
This Museum is the perfect place for anyone who appreciates the history of flight, from the standpoint of the US Navy. Well worth the drive from Lillian, Alabama and over Perdido Bay. All kinds of aircraft from world War I, to the latest flown by the Blue Angels. Huge facility, with lots of walking.…
Date of experience: May 2019