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Central Florida's premier aviation attraction. More than 100 rare vintage aircraft, themed immersion experiences, flight simulators, interactive exhibits, tram tour of aircraft maintenance areas, restoration and back lot tours and daily aerial...more
We happened to be in the area & saw the sign. My husband is pretty familiar with most of the aviation museum but have not heard of this one. We decided to take a look. It houses WWI planes in flying condition& some WWII planes....More
My family of adults visited the Museum at opening and 3 hours later, exited with a great appreciation of aviation history. The planes were from the early 20th century up through WWII. There are interactive exhibits and walking tours to broaden your knowledge. If you...More
I have driven by this place 50 times over the years,i wish i would have gone in its prime. Still interesting just on a smaller level. The dream of a theme park is pretty much over. The larger hangers are closed just one small one...More
We were there for a car show and found everything spectacular. We were even provided fish food to throw in the pond to feed the fish. All the employees were awesome. The date posted is not the actual date I was there
"THE WORLD'S LARGEST PRIVATE COLLECTION OF HISTORIC AIRCRAFT" would be most fantastic way to describe this fabulous collection if only 75% of it wasn't closed to the public! Having closed three quarters of his collection down to the public some years ago, Kermit Weeks has...More
Went here Saturday the 6th of January and had the most memorable afternoon visit. I must say that I was a little concerned what we would find after reading a few reviews and not really having a good feel of what was on offer. I...More
Response from Michael L | Reviewed this property |
Thats a good question..I did see a few planes come and go while we were there,but i think its pretty much private. It is maintained by pilots im sure they would welcome you. Call them direct to be sure.