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I'm a buff of military history so as museums go this is a small one but sometimes you get more that way. Only 6-8 planes but almost all are and have flown. My favorite was the P51 Mustang, I understand you could schedule a ride...More
Set up in an actual plane hangar, this museum is a definite "must see" for aviation fans, less so if you're not into it. Be aware that the collection is definitely focused on fighter jets from WWII, the Korean War and the accompanying era. An...More
The tour took about an hour. The guide was very friendly. We went in the morning and we were the only one in the place. The planes and ars wee really neat. You get to sit in them. Not very exoensive. Bought a souvenir shirt...More
There was so much history packed into this small museum . They had planes , jeeps, old cars, rafts on the bottom level. Upstairs was uniforms and past memorabilia from the United States and other countries from civil war to present. Lots of flags, banners,...More
They have some neat planes to see here. We went with my father-in-law, who is a pilot and he loved showing the kids all around. The people there are great at making it interesting for the kids and know lots of neat facts. The annual...More
We went the the flight museum after reading the terrible reviews of Yellowstone bear world and are so glad we did!
Best way to kill time between soccer games, ever. Everyone enjoyed it.
The volunteers are experienced military veterans who love to share their knowledge...More
Found this museum by accident but what a great find. It's a living museum and all the planes are airworthy. Unlike some museums where the exhibits are roped off - not so in this case. Run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts and if you're not one...More
Hear ye, hear ye, all WWII airplane buffs. This is a very nice collection of WWII airplanes and all but one are still flown. Their motto: Made to Fly, Not to Sit. They have 1 of only 3 airworthy P-63s in the world! The upstairs...More
This is a great experience and a great collection of airplanes. Talk to John Bagley about flying all of these planes as he is the most experienced pilot. Great times that will keep the kids interested for hours.