Plan about two hours to see all of the museum maybe more. We've stopped her several times on our travels cross I-80. There is a lot of history to learn and some very interesting Space exhibits as well. The first thing you see when entering the museum is the SR71 Blackbird starring you down it is beautiful. There are two very large hangers separated by another one that is used for restoration, all planes are inside. You can get up close to these planes and some weekends they even have some you can go in. They offer sleep overs for kids groups.
This museum used to be at the SAC "Offutt" Air Base near Omaha. Offutt is where the Presidents air planes are kept and serviced including the 747 Command ships. This is where they scrambled the George Bush to when the planes hit the twin towers. There is a Presidential office set up there and there have always been rumors of a very deep bunker there similar to NORAD.
Free for SASM members
Senior Citizens: $11.00 (65 +)
Active/Retired Military: $11.00
Children: $6.00 ( Ages 4 to 12)
Parking is free during your museum visit
28210 West Park Highway
Ashland, NE 68003
Toll Free Phone (800) 358-5029
Phone: (402) 944.3100
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.