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“Amazing hanger.”

Tillamook Air Museum
Ranked #5 of 23 things to do in Tillamook
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed May 14, 2013

Small collection of aircraft in a VAST wooden hanger. Worth the trip just to see the building built in record time during WWII

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Reviewed April 28, 2013

As an Army Officer and frequent military museum visitor, I love this out-of-the way treat. Situated next to the Tillamook Naval Station, this museum is a delight. They keep the military aircraft in pristine condition and regularly take the crafts out to fly. There are ongoing projects within the museum and lots of interesting sideline points of interest for everyone. There's even an area for kids. The cafe is also very good and best of all, the staff is genuinely pleased to have you visit. Don't miss it when in Tillamook, OR!

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Reviewed April 3, 2013 via mobile

Last Friday on my drive up hwy 101, I stopped at the Tillamook air museum just outside of Tillamook, Oregon. Now I always wanted to go here and check this place out, because my Grandpa had always told me stories that he worked in one of the mills that was housed in one of the hangers back in 50's or 60's. So I'm glad I got a chance to stop here and check this place out and the really Kool thing about this place is that it focuses on it's history with World War 2 and there are tons of old vintage planes from that era and exhibits with old newspaper articles and guns from the war. Now the Hanger is massive and only maybe 2/3rds of the building has the airplanes and rest looks like an RV storage area, so it's not the Evergreen Aviation museum or The Smithsonian but it does got a lot of local history to it.

Thank Jimmoto K
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Reviewed March 29, 2013

You can have a relatively reasonable meal here, be sure to tour the guppy and ask yourself if you would ever ride in something like this! Hard to believe something that bulbous could ever get off the ground. Flying that is something you better be doing cause you like it, cause nobody will do it just for the money!

I stood neat the top of an f14 and could not believe just how big those things are. HUGE. Another fighter plane had one of those spruce goose style engines, you know the biggest piston thing ever made. Weighed in at around 30000 pounds or something. Sheesh.

Thank BillBoeing
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Reviewed March 4, 2013

The air museum is well worth the $9 price of admission - they have some fabulous planes there - especially if you like WWII warbirds. Our favorite was the training simulators, because you can get in them and get a sense of what it's like in the cockpit of a jet.

Thank Zursch
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