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Wurtsmith Air Museum opens every spring on Armed Forces Day in mid-May; and on weekends throughout the summer until mid October. Hours are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 11 AM - 3 PM. Special tours may be arranged for other days. Wurtsmith Air...more
Disclaimer: I am a member of the Wurtsmith Air Museum but traveled from Virginia this summer to spend time in the museum. Since 1994, the Wurtsmith Air Museum has upheld the mission of preserving the history of the history of Wurtsmith Air Force Base (an...More
We visited the museum while in town to visit my son who had just moved to town. We all enjoyed the museum! There’s an amazing amount of items collected here. The staff members were all very friendly. We basically ended up with our own personal...More
We had a great time at the museum. The staff memebera are extremely friendly, and there are a lot of things for both old and young to keep busy. Our toddler loved sitting in the airplane and helicopter, and there is a huge airliner you...More
We enjoyed going through this museum and saw several Vietnam era helicopters and history of over past wars and services of armed forces. We were visiting with our grandson who loves and works in the area
It has facinating historical displays of a northeast Michigan Air Force base established before World War 2 and decommissioned after the conclusion of the Cold War. It is very creative and offers great historical and personal displays.
The town of Oscoda takes great pride in The Wurtsmith Air Museum and the history of the US Air Force as part of the fabric of the region. It is easily located along Highway F41 just about a mile from US Highway 23. The best...More
I am a history buff and flew in to visit the old base. There is barely any noticeable activity at the airport. The folks at the museum absolutely love visitors and enjoy talking and sharing what they remember of the base! One old timer ended...More