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Had a great time . Much hands on. Sorry to hear it is closing . No funds. Great to see all the old... read more

Reviewed January 30, 2018
wardg3
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Exeter, Rhode Island
Aviation Amusement

Visited this spot back in 2008 and if you are into aviation or possibly military history, you will... read more

Reviewed May 2, 2017
Dambreaker
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Austin, Texas
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Reviewed June 18, 2012

I just wanted to say that I went to the Quonset air show this past weekend.
The show was well organized and run.
Plenty of food concessions/vendors and things to do for the children.
Admission was free but a donation to the Hasbro Children's Hospital was suggested.
The show had many excellent performers with the headliner being the Air Force Thunderbirds.
A show well done.

5  Thank XCR1961
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Reviewed June 15, 2012

This is a must-see for the anyone who like airplanes

4  Thank BrentJ1960
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Reviewed April 19, 2012

An eclectic collection of planes -- some old, some new -- including miscellaneous piece parts, "exhibited" in an untastefully arranged hangar. Hard to find and not worth the price of entry unless you absolutely need an aviation fix!

7  Thank Cherry_Wonderdog
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Reviewed January 28, 2012

Located at Quonset Airport on the former Quonset Naval Air Station, it is a collection of relics of past aviation. It is supported by a dedicated group of aviation buffs who have a hard time keeping it up. Admission is with a donation and time will tell whether it will last.

2  Thank Frank M
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Reviewed May 5, 2009

Located on an old air base in a sixty plus year old hanger, this museum needs help as far as restoration and actual professional appearance. However, they have awesome pieces: F-14 Tomcat, Sea Stallion, a few Bell Huey's, a few planes that were experimental jets, even a TBF Avenger (that is just gorgeous) and the remains of a F6F Hell Cat that was found off the coast when JFK Jr. was killed in his plane crash. The gift shop as has plenty of models, memorabilia, etc. and the staff was great. This is a self guided tour (it was so quiet when we went the old gentlemen, veteran, gave us a tour and even let us peer into the TBF). They have a few vehicles (even a tank model?) and several other projects their struggling on (F-4 Phantom & A-4 Sky Hawk). Overall, this place, especially for the regions lack of air history, is worth the low admission; we even doanted more because they really need it! But do yourself a favor and spend an hour or two and touch a piece of history that could be gone any day.

11  Thank doogha
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