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Great collection plus gallery

Many historical WW2 and Cold War airframes in gleaming condition. Nice collection of replica WWI... read more

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Houston, Texas

My 94 year old Dad, a WWII Veteran, my Mom, my brother and I had an excellent tour of this very... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
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4572 Claire Chennault St, Addison Airport, Addison, TX 75001-5321
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Reviewed yesterday

Many historical WW2 and Cold War airframes in gleaming condition. Nice collection of replica WWI aircraft as well. The MIGs are a treat. There is a nice collection of piston engines some of which are very rare. Impressive Pratt & Whitney Wasp on display that...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

My 94 year old Dad, a WWII Veteran, my Mom, my brother and I had an excellent tour of this very interesting museum on Memorial Day. Our tour guide was David Serpas and he was outstanding. He told us about each airplane, helicopter and other...More

Thank Mike F
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you like planes, WW2 memorabilia, space, choppers, and of course airplanes, then this is a good place to go. Plan to to take your time and give yourself at least 4 hours. If crowded you may have to wait to get a good look...More

Thank Droxy Y
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Went to this museum with family, great exhibition, some of the planes outside need some paint, overall a great experience.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Tucked away at Addison airfield just to the north of Dallas is the Cavanaugh Flight Museum. On a business visit from India to the Dallas and FW area, I visited the museum with a friend who stays next to Addison but had never been there....More

Thank sanjay_ska
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Great time walking through the inside/outside display of both commercial and military aircraft! Weather was great and loved walking outside to visit the different hangers where aircraft and other military items were on display. Always love seeing a restored F4 Phantom, plus the display of...More

Thank sdebnam
Reviewed 4 April 2018

If you're an aviation buff, you'll enjoy seeing the Cavanaugh's collection of aircraft and more. Most of them are still in flying condition and you can, if desired, get a ride in one. The museum is located north of Dallas, in Addison (by the way,...More

Thank Donald G
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

Our four young grandsons, who, to put it mildly, are extreme aviation enthusiasts and have visited Cavanaugh with their parents several times, have raved about Cavanaugh. So we were excited to take the four of them to Cavanaugh and experience it ourselves. They were so...More

Thank Kathy P
Reviewed 4 March 2018

I happened to be the only one at the museum the day I went so I don't thing crowds are a problem. They had a good mixture of war planes from different eras. Make sure that you check out the gallery of art work on...More

Thank mjbinkc
Reviewed 27 February 2018

I really enjoyed my short visit to Cavanaugh Flight Museum. My favorite hangar was the first one with the huge bomber. Also in that hangar, the exhibits have good descriptive signage and momentos. My visit was on a Saturday afternoon. The museum guide I spoke...More

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1 June 2016|
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Admission was $10.00 each. You can get details on their website.