Compiled by Joseph Poutre
Last updated: 3 March 1998
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Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum|
International Airport Road
21 historic Alaskan bushplanes, galleries, films, gift shop.
United States Army Aviation Museum|
Between Ozark, Enterprise and Dothan off U.S. Highways 84 and 231
Buildings 6007, 6008, 6009, and 6013 at the U.S. Army Aviation Center
Phone: 205-255-4507 or 4516
Mon-Fri 0900-1700, Sat-Sun 1300-1700
Over 90 aircraft emphasizing the world's largest collection of helicopters, including a Sikorsky used by Eisenhower when President. Illustrated story of aviation roles and missions in support of Army operations. Open to the public with no admission charge.
Primarily rocketry, displays of Atlas, Saturn 1b and 5, various missiles, satellites, Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo capsules, X15a2.
Bus tours of arsenal facilities.
Pima Air and Space Museum's Titan Missile Museum|
I-19 south from Tucson to Exit 69. West 1/10 mile past La Canada, then turn right.
May 1 - Oct 31: Wed-Sun 0900-1700
Nov 1 - Apr 30: Daily 0900-1700, closed Christmas
Last tour 4PM
Guided tours through a Titan Missle silo complex. Admission $5.
Champlin Fighter Museum|
4636 Fighter Aces Drive
1000-1700 daily (except holidays)
B-17 "Sentimental Journey", F-86F
Two main galleries: one contains aircraft (mostly replicas) of WWI, other from WWII. Motors, machine guns and other miscellaneous items about the place, plus a separate area which displays uniforms, decorations and personal effects from various aviators.
Davis-Monthan AFB "Desert Boneyard"
Craycroft & Golf Links Rd
Phone: (602) 750-4570 (Public Affairs Office to book tours)
Phone: (602) 750-3837 or (602) 750-4539 (for Scouts or other national youth organizations)
Phone: (602) 750-3358 (Tour info recording)
Bus tours conducted Mondays and Wednesdays at 0900. Reservations required.
Bus is closed and does not really stop on the tour. For best photography, take a seat at the front or a right side seat - most highlights are on the right.
Book tours at least 6 weeks in advance.
Pima Air and Space Museum|
6400 South Wilmot Road
From I-10, take Valencia Road exit, then east 2 miles to museum entrance.
(602) 574-9658 (recording)
0900-1700 daily except Christmas. No admission after 4PM. $5.00
Over 200 aircraft: B-24J, B-29, B-47, C-54D, YC-15, YC-125, C-133, SR-71
Castle Air Museum|
Adjacent to Atwater Airport, formerly Castle Air Force Base
Santa Fe Road
Memorial Day to Oct. 1st: 9am-5pm
Oct. 1st to Memorial Day: 10am-4pm
Over 40 military aircraft on outdoor display, including B-17, B-29, B-52, SR-71. Gift shop and cafe.
"Planes of Fame" Air Museum|
7000 Merill Avenue
Mon-Fri 1200-1700, Sat-Sun 1000-1700
A-20, P-47, SBD Dauntless, Me-262, Me-163, the only original A6M Zero left, P-80, F-86 (numerous models), F-84 (numerous models), P-47G, He-111, N9M-B (B-35 Flying Wing prototype), J8M1 Shusui, J2M3 Raiden, Aichii D3A Val
Restoration work progressing on a prototype flying wing. If you buy a membership (about $20), you can get rides in the P-51s and T-6s. A 20 minute P-51 ride is a couple hundred bucks. They also have a Japanese Me163 version, possibly original.
Travis Air Museum|
Travis Air Force Base
Limited number of aircraft, including a C-124, B-29, B-52D, C-124, A-26, F-4, F-106, Saberliner, C-54, T-29, Twin Beech, Cessna 195, others. Indoor display of artifacts, clothing, etc. Go through the main gate to get to it.
March Field Museum|
March Air Force Base
Western Museum of Flight|
Hawthorne Municipal Airport
12016 Prairie Avenue
Hawthorne, California 90250
Phone: (310) 332-6228
Northrop YF-23A "Black Widow II" Advanced Tactical Fighter (PAV-2), examples of other Northrop aircraft, including many prototypes.
NASA Ames Visitors Center|
Moffett Federal Airfield
Moffet Field exit off of Highway 101
Small collection of NASA experimental and research aircraft (U-2) and booster rockets (Atlas) as well as indoor displays of the space program.
Visitors Center is open weekdays 8am to 4:30pm. Weekday tours of the Ames facility are by reservation only, and can include the world's largest wind tunnel, flight simulation facilities, and NASA research aircraft.
Western Aerospace Museum|
Oakland Airport, North Field
Weekends and holidays 1000-1600
Lockheed Model 10-A Electra, Shorts Solent "Halcyon". Numerous aircraft. The flying boat was used in a few scenes of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Air Force Flight Test Center Museum|
Edwards Air Force Base
California Hwy 14 to Palmdale, Avenue P Exit
Right on Avenue P to 25th Street
Ask Security for Directions to Museum
Phone: (805) 277-8050
Hours: 1000-1900 Fri-Sun
B-52, T-28, F-84 Numerous aircraft located at various sites on the base. Well over 60 aircraft in their collection, most in storage awaiting the construction of the museum itself.
Blackbird Airpark (AFFTC Museum Annex)|
Ca Hwy 14 to Palmdale, Ave. P exit
East on Ave.P to 25th Street East
Phone: (805) 277-8050 (AFFTC Museum Office)
Hours: 1000-1900 Fri-Sun
SR-71 #17973, A-12 #60-6924 (Prototype), D-21 Drone
Hiller Aviation Museum|
San Carlos Airport
Newly-constructed museum, opening June 5th, 1998.
San Diego Aerospace Museum|
2001 Pan American Plaza, Balboa Park
10am-4:30pm daily Good selection of WWI and WWII displays. SR-71, Sea Dart out front and a number of replica and original aircraft. Moonrock. Also houses the San Diego Aerospace Hall of Fame.
Wings of History Air Museum|
12777 Murphy Avenue
San Martin, California
adjacent to the South County Airport, approx. 10 miles southeast of San Jose International Airport.
15 pre-1945 aircraft, exhibits, restoration workshops.
Museum of Flying|
2772 Donald Douglas Loop North
Santa Monica, California
Phone: (310) 392-8822
1924 World Cruisers, a Jenny, other early planes, P-40, P-51s, P-47, P-39, Spitfire IX and XIV, Hurricane, Douglas A-4, DC-2, DC-3, AD-6 Skyraider, A-26 and more. All in flight-ready condition and can be seen at shows. Many good exhibits on Douglas historical a/c and the old boardroom.
Pacific Coast Air Museum|
Santa Rosa Airport
2330 Airport Blvd
Santa Rosa, California 95403
Phone: (707) 575-7900
Hours: Tue, Thur 10am-2pm; Sat, Sun: 10am-4pm
Outdoor display of contemporary military aircraft, several only recently out of active service. F-8C rescued from a 19th Ave. San Fransico park playground. Open cockpit day third Sunday of each month.
Wings Over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum|
Hangar 1 of Lowry Campus, formerly Lowry Air Force Base
Phone: (303) 360-5360
10am-4pm Monday through Saturday, 12 noon-4pm Sunday
$2 Seniors 60 & over
Free for members and kids 5 & under
H-21: Piasecki-built "Flying Banana" tandem rotor helicopter, B-1A: No. 3 B-1A prototype, one of two on public display in the world, B-52B, F-100D, F-101B, F-102A, F-104C, A-7D, EB-57E, RF-84K, T-33, F-86H, F-4C, F-105D, F-106A, B-18, F-4E, U-3A (USAF version of Cessna 310), Fokker D-VII, B-18 and C-45 undergoing restoration
Lockheed/Martin Corp. has donated its engineering mock-up of the Space Station Freedom module used in its bid for the project. It is undergoing restoration. A B-52 bomber cockpit is also being prepared for display. Plans call for the structure on one side to be removed so that museum visitors may view cockpit interior and crew stations.
Video viewing room with a variety of aviation/space videos. Aviation/space research library including a large book collection and photo archive - materials may be used on-site. A full photographic reproduction laboratory will also be available in the near future.
Access is through gate on 1st Ave & Quebec St. or on 6th Ave and Dayton.
Pueblo Aviation Historical Society|
B-29, A-26, C-119
Outdoor display of numerous military types, plus a few of the test vehicles from the nearby DOT highspeed rail test facility.
International B-24 Memorial Museum|
31001 Magnuson Avenue
Among the exhibits are old aircraft radios.
New England Air Museum|
Bradley International Airport
I-91 exit 40
Vintage and modern aircraft as well as aviation memorabilia. Allow 1 hour minimum. Adults $5, over 60 $4, ages 6-11, $2.
National Air and Space Museum|
on the National Mall at 7th and Independence Ave.,S.W.
Hours: 10am-5pm daily except December 25th.
Pretty much every significant artifact in American aviation history.
Kennedy Space Center|
Extensive collection of booster rockets, space capsules, an Orbiter mockup and educational displays. Museum is free, but guided bus tours of the Space Center and launch sites are not.
Florida Military Aviation Museum|
St.Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport
16055 Fairchild Dr.
A-4C Skyhawk, F-86D, F-100D, F-101F, F-102D, F-105B, P-2V Neptune, C-47, De Haviland L-20A "Beaver", Sikorsky HH-3F, Sikorsky HH-34 "Seahorse", Bell UH-1H "Iroquois", Beech AT-11 "Kansan", T-33, T-37B, T-41B, OV-1C "Mohawk"
This museum has been asked to leave the airport for financial reasons. Let me know where it ends up.
Air Force Aircraft Weapons Museum|
Eglin Air Force Base
Flying Tigers Air Museum|
Restoration facility more than a museum. When I visited in 1994, there were 3 B-17s, a B-25, a B-24, A-4, F-86, 2 P-38s, AT-6s, F4U and various other aircraft ranging from flyable (F-86) to under restoration (B-17) to unidentifiable scrap (P-38s). Guided tours are provided at a small fee. I rented a ride in a Harvard (AT-6). Next door you can buy a ride in the TF-51 Mustang.
Weeks Air Museum|
Tamiami airport, 14710 SW 128th Street
Adults $4, under 12 or over 65 $2.
P-38 Lightning, Hawker Tempest 1, Yak 9, Grumman Wildcat, Avenger, A-26, Me-108
Wings and Wheels Museum|
National Museum of Naval Aviation|
Naval Air Station Pensacola
1750 Radford Blvd.
9am-5pm daily except Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's Day
US Navy aircraft from the beginning of US Naval aviation to today
Photos, films and other memorabilia. Indoors covers about two acres, outdoors is about another 10 acres.
Aviation Museum of Kentucky|
Lexington Bluegrass Airport
2 miles west of New Circle Road on U.S. 60
Robins Air Force Base Museum of Aviation|
Mace, Matador, and Bomarc missiles, B-29, B-47, B-52D, F-100, F-104, F-105, C-130, O-2, and others. May be getting a U-2. Don't have to enter the base to visit the museum. Robert Scott ("God Is My Copilot") is active with the museum and is sometimes around.
Warhawk Air Museum|
Caldwell Industrial Airport
4917 Aviation Way
Phone: (208) 454-2854
P-40E, P-40N, P-51B
Former Chanute Air Force Base|
B-36 (may be gone), B-29 (painted as Enola Gay), B-52, HU16 Albatross, B-58. Chanute was a training base, including a facility for training ICBM crews. The practice silo was open to the public, but may not be any more.
Wilbur Wright Birthplace|
1651 County Road 750 East
Grissom Air Museum|
Grissom Air Force Base
KC-97, TB-58A 663, F-111, F-86, Piper Cub reconnaisance plane, B-17, B-25, B-47, C-119, C-47, F-4, F-100, F-104, F-105, T-33, F84F. Outdoor museum, planes maintained by Air Force and Air National Guard personnel.
Lawrence D. Bell Aviation Museum|
State Highways 110 and 19
Sun 1pm-5pm, June 1 through Sept.
Small exhibits, no aircraft.
Lawrence Bell, founder of Bell Aircraft Co.
National Model Aviation Museum|
Academy of Model Aeronautics
5151 E. Memorial Dr.
Phone: (317) 287-1256
Largest collection of model aircraft in the United States. 1,000 acre flying site.
Antique Airfield, Route 2
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm
Mid-America Air Museum|
Phone: (316) 624-5263
B-24J, F-4, F-80, B-25, Grumman TBM Avenger, B-25, Rutan aircraft, F8U-2N, Max Conrad's record-setting Piper Commanche, A-4, F-104. About 80 total.
Old Olathe Naval Air Museum|
1 Navy Park Drive
A-7A. History of Olathe NAS.
Combat Air Museum|
Forbes Field, hangars 602-604
Phone: (913) 233-3188
Mon-Sat 9:30am-4:30pm, Sun 12:30-4:30pm
Closed Mon-Fri Nov-Mar
approx. 27 aircraft
Eighth Air Force Museum|
Barksdale Air Force Base
B-24J Laiden Maiden in 486th BG markings, Tu-22M, B-47, P-51D, F-84, B-17, B-52A, B-52G, C-135, C-54, RAF Vulcan, F-111, The nosecone of a Trident D4. Front 30 feet of fuselage from a B-58 mock-up. "Quail" ECM Decoy (in storage behind the main building). The main building contains displays, models and documents that are meaningful to the Eighth Airforce including an actual "Quad 50" turret from a B-52.
Owls Head Transportation Museum|
across from the Knox County Regional Airport
on RT. 73, two miles south of Rockland
Phone: (207) 594-4418
The College Park Airport Museum|
6709 Cpl. Frank Scott Drive
Phone: (301) 864-6029
Closed pending new construction; reopening Fall 1998.
Naval Air Station Test and Evaluation Museum|
Part of the Naval Air Station, Patuxent River
E-2C, AH-1 Cobra, AV-8B, F-4, A-5 Vigilante, S-2 Tracker. History of NAS Pax River and the aircraft systems it has developed. Also, history of the Naval Test Pilot School and the astronauts it has produced. Many displays, interactive multimedia, film history.
Glenn L. Martin Museum|
Martin State Airport
Phone: (410) 682-6122
Sat 1pm-5pm except holidays
Exhibits on history of Glenn L. Martin Aircraft. Aircraft (viewable by reservation) include RB57A, RF84F Thunderflash, T33, F100, A7D Corsair II, F4 Phantom - more in storage.
Paul E. Garber Restoration Facility (Silver Hill)|
About half an hour from downtown DC
Phone: (202) 357-1400 (National Air and Space Museum)
Name a plane - it's probably here.
You need to call for reservations a couple of days in advance for weekdays, and possibly several weeks in advance for weekends. Escorted tour (the only kind they allow) takes about 3 hours through 5 or so hangers out of about 20 except during open-house days. Tours start at 10AM, with a second one at 1PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village|
The Edison Institute, 20900 Oakwood Boulevard
1920 Dayton-Wright RB-1
Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum|
Phone: (616) 382-6555
50 war birds restored to flying condition. Complete collection of Grumman Cats, except Tomcat.
Yankee Air Museum|
Willow Run Airport
Yankee Air Force: B-25, C-47, AT-6/SNJ, B-17G, B-52D, DC-6, PB4Y-2, F11F (from Blue Angels), F-86, F-84, RF-84, TF-102, Hawker Siddeley Argosy, Me262. Room display of wartime production of B-24s.
The Air Museum "Planes of Fame" East|
14771 Pioneer Trail
Phone: 612-941-2633 or 612-293-0075
Open All Year except Christmas and New Year weeks
Tue-Sun and Holidays, 11am-5pm
Admission: Adult $6, senior $5, 7-12 $3, Under 7 free
FG1D, TBM3E, F4F(FM2), F6F-5N, F7F-3, F8F(G58B), SNJ(T6), T34, P38, P51D, P47, B17G, TP40N, P63, YAK11, Spitfire XIV, A26C, B25J, PT17, N2S (all flying), T28 (in restoration), SBD5 (awaiting restoration)
Minnesota Air Guard Museum|
Minneapolis - St. Paul Int'l Airport
Phone: (612) 725-5609
SR-71, F-101 (RCAF markings), Scorpion, Mustang, C-47, C-130. Open only during the summer as most displays are outside.
Malmstrom Air Force Base|
Museum mainly about the missile complex with displays of the missile, transport vehicle, and some planes.
Harold Warp Pioneer Village|
Some interesting aviation pieces among the extensive early 1900's displays. An interesting place to spend a weekend even if you're not into airplanes. All displays indoors.
Strategic Air Command Museum|
Museum is currently closed while moving to a new location.
USAF Thunderbird Museum|
Nellis Air Force Base Freedom Park
At the I street gate of Nellis AFB is a static display in POW/MIA Freedom Park which has the aircraft historically associated with the life of Nellis AFB. There is an F-100 Wild Weasel, F-5E aggressor, F-105G Wild Weasel, F-111A, F-4D (with MiG kills) and a F-117 on static display.
The Thunderbird Museum has a good collection of Thunderbird memorabilia, various items presented to the team through the years, Thunderbird artwork, photographs of all the Thunderbird teams, and photographs of various celebrities which have been granted rides.
There are semi guided tours of the Thunderbird hangar, which follows a film showing. The hangar is home to T-38 painted in Thunderbird colors.
The Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation|
Fax (908) 462-7563
Restored C-54 containing exhibits of the Berlin Airlift. Traveling exhibit, see Web site for appearance schedule.
Air Victory Museum|
South Jersey Regional Airport
68 Stacy Haines Road
Lumberton Township, New Jersey
Teterboro Aviaton Museum|
National Atomic Museum|
Kirtland Air Force Base
Assorted planes and missiles: B-52, F-105, Thor, Polaris, Bomarc, Mace. Nuclear weapons casings, and a classified annex. On AFB - get pass at gate.
International Space Hall of Fame|
Rockets: Little Joe. Space artifacts, including moon rock.
War Eagles Air Museum|
Santa Teresa Airport
Santa Teresa, New Mexico 88008
Phone: (505) 589-2000
Cradle of Aviation Museum|
Apr-Oct: Fri-Sun 12 noon to 5pm
National Warplane Museum|
Phone: (716) 243-0690
Flying B17G, P410, Catalina PBY. Tours offered 7 days a week. Annual "Wings of Eagles" warbird Air Show.
The Curtiss Museum|
Open April through October.
June Bug, Rheims Racer, Jenny, Robin, Oriole, others. Lots of Curtiss exhibits. $2 admission.
National Warplane Museum|
Elmira-Corning Regional Airport
Phone: (607) 739-8200
|New York City||
Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum|
Pier 88, West 46th Street and 12th Avenue
Phone: (212) 245-2533
SR-71, F11, AV-8A, Grumman TBF, F4F, F-16, many others. Count on spending several hours.
Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome|
mid-May to Oct: 10am-5pm
Air shows: Sun 2:30pm, July-Oct Sat 2:30pm.
Air show admission is $5.
WWI era machines: Bleriot, Caudron, Curtiss pusher, Albatross D-III, Jenny, Avro 504, others, many flying.
|Kill Devil Hills||
Wright Brothers National Memorial|
Location of Wright Brothers' historic first flight. Reproductions of Wrights' 1902 glider and 1903 Flyer.
MAPS Air Museum|
Akron-Canton Regional Airport
5359 Massillon Road
Phone: (330) 896-6332
Mondays 9am to 4pm, Wednesdays 6pm to 9pm Saturdays 8pm to 4pm
No admission charge.
Beechcraft SNB-5 Expeditor, AH-1S Huey Cobra, OH-58 Kiowa, P-39 Airacobra (2), P-40N Kittyhawk, C-47B Skytrain, SBD-5 Dauntless (2), Hawker Sea Fury, MiG-17, B-26 Marauder, T-28 Fennec (2), hopefully soon an A-26 Invader and a Stinson L-5 Sentinel.
International Women's Air & Space Museum|
Phone: (513) 433-6766
United States Air Force Museum|
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Phone: 513-255-3284
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 10am-6pm
Annex hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-3pm, Sat-Sun 10:30am-5pm
B-18, A-20, B-23, B-24, B-25 (converted replica of Doolittle Raider), A-26, B-29 ("Bockscar"), B-36, B-47, B-50, B-52D, B-58, B-66, XB-70, F-86 (several models), C-47, C-133, HU-16, Grumman Duck, T-28, Lockheed Jetstar, D-21 drone, Eisenhower's Constellation, Truman's DC-6, XC-142, X-1A, X-3, X-15, X-24, P-47, P-39, P-61C, Tu Bear-H, Ju88 (Romanian), He-111, YRF-84F, Spad XIII Fokker D.VII (reproduction), P-26, Roosevelt's C-54 "Sacred Cow", Spitfire in USAAF markings, A-10 (Desert Storm vet), Apollo 15 CM, many others. Count on spending at least an entire day.
Walter Soplata Collection|
Admission by prior arrangement.
ADA Aircraft Museum|
Frederick Municipal Airport
Phone: 405-335-7208 or 2421
Thu-Sun 12 noon to sunset
Oklahoma Aviation and Space Hall of Fame and Museum|
2100 North East 52nd Street
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm
Oregon Air and Space Museum|
90377 Boeing Drive
Eugene, Oregon 97402
Phone: (541) 461-1101
Evergreen Airline Corporate Headquarters|
Highway 99W runs adjacent to the airport
Howard Hughes "Spruce Goose"
Entire plane is shrink-wrapped, under cover, in an open-sided structure behind the offices of Evergreen Airlines, visible from the highway. Centerpiece of a new air museum, though construction hasn't begun.
Tillamook Naval Air Station Museum|
6030 Hangar Rd
Tillamook, Oregon 97141
Several airships, including "Cyclo-Crane" prototype. P-51, ME109, Spitfire MKVIII, FM2 Wildcat, F4U, PBY Catalina, B-25 , AD4 Skyraider, TMB Avenger, J2F Duck, several T-28's, assorted civilian planes and helicopters. Most planes are flyable. Located in a WWII blimp hangar described as "the largest free-span wood structure in the world." Relatively new museum. Several restoration projects are underway at the museum.
The Mid Atlantic Air Museum|
11 Museum Drive, at the Reading Regional Airport
Phone: (610) 372-7333
Daily 9:30am-4pm except major holidays and certain airshows and events - call ahead
Over 50 aircraft in collection, more than a dozen airworthy including B-25, P2 Neptune, Vickers Viscount, Hawker Hunter, Fairchild C-119. View ongoing restoration of rare P-61 Black Widow night fighter. Airliner, WWII historical exhibits.
Annual shows: 1st weekend in June - WWII
Commemorative Weekend. September - Transportation show
American Helicopter Museum|
1220 American Boulevard
West Chester PA 19380-4268
Florence Air and Missile Museum|
9am to dusk, daily
Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum|
40 Patroits Point Road
Phone: (803) 884-2727
Open 9am daily, close various depending on season
Admission: $10, Senior citizens and military $9, children $5, 5 and under free
Over 20 aircraft. Yorktown hosts the Congressional Medal of Honor Museum.
Cavanaugh Flight Museum|
4572 Claire Chennault
Fighting Air Command Museum|
Lone Star Flight Museum|
2002 Terminal Drive
Galveston, Texas 77554
Phone: (409) 740-7722
Fax: (409) 740-7612
American Airpower Heritage Museum|
Confederate Air Force Headquarters
Midland International Airport
9600 Wright Drive
Midland, Texas 79711
24-hour recorded information: (915) 563-1000
Museum direct line: (915) 567-3009
Fax: (915) 567-3047
Extensive collection of World War II era military aircraft, many in flying condition.
|Lackland Air Force Base||
United States Air Force History and Traditions Museum|
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat-Sun 9am-6pm
Texas Air Museum|
Phone: (210) 748-2112
Mon-Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 12 noon to 4pm
$3 adults 16 and up
World's largest Focke-Wulf 190 collection with five aircraft under restoration of some sort, including an A-3, 3 A-8s, and an F-8. The A-8s will eventually be restored to flyable condition, while the other two will remain as they are now, on static display. Four of the five aircraft hail from JG5, based out of Herdla, Norway throughout WWII. The other is from JG26. There are also 25 other aircraft of various historic types on display. They have recently obtained the island from the LPH USS Iwo Jima.
Hill Aerospace Museum|
Hill Air Force Base, NW corner - Exit #341, I-15
Phone: (801) 777-6868
Tue-Fri 9am-3pm, Sat 9am-5pm,, Sun 11am-5pm
Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's
Admission is free.
Outside: YA-7F, A-10, B-29, B-52G, B-57A, C-7, C-45, C-47, C-54G, C-119G, C-123, C-124, C-130, C-131D, C-140, F-15A, F-84F, F-86L, F-89H, F-100A, F-101B, F-102A, F-105D, F-111, H-21B, H-34J, H-21B, HH-3, O-2A, OH-6, RB-57A, T-28, T-29, T-33A, T-37, T-38A, U3-A. A-2A, AIR2A, SM-62, M-6, Bm-A & B, CIM-10C, transporter Missile Launcher, Titan Re-entry Nose Cone, Minute Man Missile, TPE, M-7, A2-A, V-1 Rocket, AFM207, Mark 5 & 6, 1st stage "Peacekeeper" Missile
Inside: SR-71C, MIG-21, B-17G, F-16, RF-14C, B-17G, B-25, AT-6A, P-51D, PT-17, P-80A, H-13T, HH-43, P-17, Norden Bomb Sight, various aircraft engines, military uniform display, gift shop, numerous static displays, theater and classrooms.
Marine Corps Air_Ground Museum|
Apr-Nov: Tue-Sun 10am-5pm
United States Army Transportation Museum|
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm,, Sun 12 noon to 5pm
Virginia Aviation Museum|
Spad and a collection of old civil aircraft.
Museum of Flight|
9404 East Marginal Way South
Southwest end of the field, near the Boeing factory.
June-Sept: 10am-5pm daily
Oct-May: Tue-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12noon-5pm
B-17, B-47, P-51, Boeing 80, Rutan Varieze, Taylor's plane/car convertible, Stearman, F9F Cougar (?), DC-3, D-21 drone, others. Indoor displays of all types of civil and military aircraft.
Pearson Air Museum|
Phone: (206) 694-7026
Hours 12noon-5pm Wed-Sun
Pearson Airpark is the oldest operating airport in the Pacific Northwest. Museum has lots of old stuff, including a Jenny and maybe a pre-WWI Curtis Biplane. Most planes on display are flyable. Visit on a sunny day, and you'll likely see one flown. Colorful characters abound at this airport.
EAA Air Adventure Museum|
Experimental Aircraft Association Headquarters
3000 Poberezny Road
Phone: (920) 426-4818 Mon-Sat 8:30am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm
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