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My daughter and I wanted to see what the air museum was and found it friendly and fascinating. If you are expecting a disney like presentation don’t go. But it’s cool, neat and gives positive feedback on WWII. If you respect what the military gave...More
enjoyed the aircraft, engines, world war 2 displays. they rebuild aircraft here, and teach people to fly the at-6 or you can take a ride in one. nice gift shop. Enjoyed talking to the people that work here.
We were visiting with three generations including grandson ages 9-17. There were folks working on several of the airplanes and we got to watch one of the war birds take off and land. You must watch younger children both inside and outside the museum. Great...More
I took my dad who loves war planes. It was only one hanger, so we were expecting a bit more. But I have never been able to get so close to these type of planes before, so that made it very interesting. Everyone that works...More
Small museum with text and photo displays with some artifacts from WWII. Several planes in various states of restoration are available for viewing. Rides are available but are way too expensive (about $250. for 15 minutes). Enjoyed the day trip to this large hanger and...More
This small museum is staffed by friendly helpful enthusiasts. It is possible to walk out to the runways to watch vintage aircraft like Mustangs taking off and landing. You can even go for a flight in a vintage plane if you wish. We visited here...More
Self guided tour in an actual hangar. All staff there were very friendly and welcoming. Pricing was very reasonable! A nice collection of items. It was also fun to see the guys working on planes while we were there! My family loved it here!
State Route 192 sign says"Warbird Museum."
Museum is a self-guided tour of an airplane hangar with a hodgepodge of aircraft, engines and weapons. There is an archive section chronicling the history of the Kissimme airfield, and numerous other Florida airfields, for Navy and Army aviator...More
They have p51 mustangs and Harvard’s flying trips and others in a hangar which was closed on our visit and many aircraft they were working on at the time best to give them a phone call well worth a visit