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We visited as a couple and saw lots of great historical stuff including videos, airplanes, documents, photos, uniforms and much more. This is worth seeing. I would take at least 2 hours or more to see the whole museum. It s mostly uncrowded and easy...More
Very good collection, one of the best !!!
The staff is very knowledgeable and helpful and the displays are fantastic. The P-40 Warhawk is one of the best and it still flies. The yearly fly in is the best in Idaho.
We spent an afternoon touring this museum. It was so interesting because there were a lot of personal items that made you think about the people involved, not just the events. There were also binders with people's stories in them. The planes and their history...More
The Museum is an interesting place to visit if you enjoy airplanes and history! There was lots to see and read in the museum. Docents were volunteers and eager to share their knowledge which made the visit enjoyable.
The Warhawk Air Museum is just off the I-84 Fwy in Southwestern Idaho. This off the beaten track war museum has an excellent WW2 memorabilia collection along with aircraft. I spent hours wandering through this gem of a museum. I highly recommend it to anyone...More
Massive information and exhibits in this museum. You won't regret your visit. They have great presentations, Veteran breakfasts and many other events here. Will go and go again. I love supporting them. At one event I won a beautiful flag afghan made for a raffle;)
This museum is an amazing intersection of family heirlooms and volunteers. I spent two hours on a quick tour, but quickly discovered that one could spend two days or two weeks and still not see everything on display. The volunteer staff produces video recordings of...More
There is a cafe that overlooks the airfield that was open when we visited..A grill type of place. We went into Nampa and ate at Freddy's - which I also wrote a review on. It was great! Wonderful for a family...