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Spent a couple of hours at the museum. They have a pretty extensive collection of aircraft from WWI through the Cold War. Included is a collection of automobiles. Small gift shop. Very knowledgeable docents. Out of the way but a must visit for the aviation...More
Excellent display of a number of historically important aircraft. Lots of interesting explanations, historical photos, uniforms, ejection seats, engines, and an amazing (to me anyway) display of hydrogen bombs!
You could spend a lot of time in this museum.
Penny's diner is a good nearby...More
One of the best private collections of WW2 aircraft to be found anywhere. Living in El Paso I can be there in 10 minutes. I have taken many visitors to visit the museum an all have been WOW'ed. There are several military jets dating back...More
This museum offered a large number of beautifully restored aircraft from about 1940 to 1960, including a few outside. There was also restored vehicles, gas pumps and army vehicles. Admission is very reasonable, parking and access is easy.
This is one of the best museums of its kind we have been to. Although this museum is off the beaten path one should not miss it. The staff were both friendly and helpful and the exhibits were well displayed. Would recommend this to anyone.
Well worth the time. It is just a short drive from downtown and it offers a nice collection of great aircraft plus some really cool cars. All at a very affordable price of admission. I would like go, again.
I really, really enjoyed this museum. I grew up in a military heavy family. So, taking my former marine father and my daughters together out to this facilty was a bonding experience. My grandfather was a WWII veteran, my cousins are Iraq/Afghanistan vets, and many,...More
This is a really cool place. A wide variety of vintage military planes. Also, some of these planes are still in use at air shows. Still other planes are kept their by private pilots who still fly for recreation. World War II planes, Korean War...More
We're on a 5 week "Bucket List Trip" visiting aviation museums and military commemorative spot around the USA. My buddy, riding shotgun, is a WWII Navy aviator (93 years young). After 4 weeks on the road we have seen plenty. The War Eagles Museum was...More