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This is a relatively small museum but all the airplanes are flight capable. We arrived late in the day but the host took us through the museum and told about each of the airplanes. We got to look inside some of the airplanes and enjoyed...More
Not that many planes (about 12), but they range from old bi-planes, a P51 Mustang (of course!), and a Russion MIG fighter.
A pilot with the SR-71 program is/was involved, and there is a very nice details associated with the development of that particular plane...More
This event was sponsored by our church leadership. We were trained about some of these amazing machines and how it can relate to us in our lives today. I felt a strong connection and renewed gratitude for those who fight for our freedom.
The volunteer that was there the day we went was a retired army air corpsman, very knowledgeable about the planes and other oartifacts. He also told us lots of history about them. My family really liked it
We truly enjoyed our time at this museum. My grandson had to fulfill a merit badge and I offered to take him there... and am so glad I did! The museum guide was excellent in his patience and time to explain and show the kids...More
Went with a group. Had no idea there was a flight museum in Rexburg. They have a nice collection of small airplanes. The tour was informative, not too long to lose the attention of 10 teenagers. They also have world war II memorabilia and many...More