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Yankee Air Museum

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Charles M wrote a review Nov 2020
Linden, Michigan28 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice enough museum. But we had a Huey flight that was cancelled because of weather. We received an email about the rescheduling. Upon arrival there was no one there and when they showed up we were informed the aircraft was torn apart for maintenance! They did not bother to email not text any of us so we wasted a whole morning. Not at all impressed!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Randy W wrote a review Mar 2020
London34 contributions5 helpful votes
Been in the area many times... seen a flyer on it, so I had to go to see it! Not large but real nice displays, few planes and fuselage cutouts and engines. Very knowledgeable staff as well, probably retired air force I would bet. They do have some vintage flying aircraft you can hitch a ride in, but its costly, but would be a experience!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Michael T wrote a review Feb 2020
Kettering, Ohio5 contributions
We rode in the B-25 which is on the other side of the airport. If you get lost, call and they'll get you to the right place. Show up early to see other planes take off and land and enjoy the hanger with the other planes. This flight was a retirement gift and I took my dad with me. When you arrive, they check you in and go over the pre-flight checklist on what you'll be doing and allowed to do. We sat in the back for takeoff and during the flight we climbed up, over and down the the front of the plane. When its your turn to go to the nose, you'll need to crawl to the front. Take plenty of pictures of the trip. The crew was very helpful before, during and after the flight. Look at some YouTube videos of this B-25 to get an good idea of the experience. This is a must for any WW2 plane enthusiast. Afterwards we went to the Museum and would recommend it.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Brian S wrote a review Nov 2019
Isle of Wight, United Kingdom17 contributions4 helpful votes
This was an extremely interesting museum. I t concentrated on the lives of those who built, delivered & flew the aircraft in WW2. Plus the story of how Henry Ford was able to make a Liberator B24 bomber every 55 minutes. Friendly, knowledgable mature staff. So pleased I found it!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Travelmoorenow wrote a review Oct 2019
Belleville, Michigan547 contributions140 helpful votes
Too bad they let so many people in the museum that we could not move!! Stayed for 5 minutes, sad! The candy drop was a disaster for our family, got knocked over with a three year old. Got zero candy and we were at the rope waiting for twenty minutes!!! Sad sad sad! Shame on the parents of older kids, this was supposed to be fun!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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