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Historic Wendover Airfield

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Wanda H wrote a review Oct 15
Mascoutah, Illinois168 contributions57 helpful votes
They have done such an outstanding job, putting together the exhibits. Just the right amount of information, without being overwhelming. TONS of very interesting history here. They ask for $5 per person, but deserve more. GO SEE THIS PLACE!!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Susan L wrote a review Jul 2020
Denver, Colorado274 contributions20 helpful votes
Free self guided tour of the many different buildings, aircraft, and control tower. They were working on the renovation of the Enola Gay hangar when we were there.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Becky B wrote a review Apr 2020
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Friendly staff, and so much information! And they had a great little gift shop too! On top of the museum, you can also see and go inside the Jailbird from Con Air!
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Date of experience: April 2020
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_ponchoball wrote a review Mar 2020
Farmington, Utah19 contributions10 helpful votes
You must visit the place that was instrumental in ending the war with Japan. A must see. Right in downtown scenic wendover.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from Wendovertom, Guest Relations Manager at Historic Wendover Airfield
Responded Mar 6, 2020
Thank you for stopping in. We are glad you enjoyed your visit!
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Steven W wrote a review Mar 2020
Sacramento, California1,160 contributions383 helpful votes
We made this a stop while traveling I-80. It's a very interesting location, with significant WWII historical background. A short video describes the airfield and the major role it played. The museum is interesting, with several informative displays. You can also go inside a decommissioned C-123 aircraft just outside the museum. There is an additional, smaller set of exhibits in the flight office next to the control tower. You can climb the control tower, but can't go inside. However you can look through the windows to see some of the old equipment and the view of the airfield from there is very nice. Definitely worth a stop to check this place out.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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