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This free-to-the-public museum has some stunning old planes on display, & offers an interesting little gift shop with aviation-related items. It's open only on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday from noon till 5, but it's really worth your while to visit. Handicap accessible. It's suitable for...More
We had the place to ourselves!
For a relatively small museum it was packed with lots of different planes and aviation memorabilia. The gentleman who was working there was super nice and informative! Definitely worth a visit and I’m sure we’ll return for the airshow!
We stopped here on a Sunday afternoon while on vacation in the North Carolina mountains. This is a small and very well done aviation museum that is worth stopping in to see. Jarrod greeted us and showed us around the facility. Dedicated volunteers that make...More
Didn't expect this to be as cool as it ended up being! Our 4 yr old thoroughly enjoyed the airplanes and being able to climb inside 3 of them! No admission cost. Only downside is there were no magnets to buy as we love collecting...More
This was an interesting place. The guy was very nice and would come around every once in a while to see if we had any questions. My father-in-law loves planes so he is so glad that I found this on Tripadvisor.
Nicely done,set up very nicely by volunteers,various planes,artifacts,and literature.A nice display of model planes as well.Docents very nice and helpful.Could spend an hour or so,but a nice stop.Admission is on a donation basis.
The real treat that we caught was that the owner of the...More
This place is awesome. It's small on the outside but packs tons of interest on the inside. The gentleman running it was very nice and informative. My 10 year old son loved it! The adults had a great time as well. If in the area...More
We visited this small museum with our three grandchildren. They were all amazed by the older aircraft exhibits Our grandson loved getting into the cockpit of a fighter jet and operating the throttle. The visit lasted about an hour. There is no admission but donations...More