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WW I I flight training Museum

3 Airport Cir, Douglas, GA 31535-4033
+1 912-383-9111
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Wonderful and Informative

As an aviation buff, I could not pass up a stop at the WW II flight training museum. Although small... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2017
Fernandina Beach, Florida
Nice if your interested in WWII

We enjoyed the tour. My son and I found it very interesting. Best part was a bomber that took part... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
David C
Jacksonville, Florida
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30 Dec 2017
“Wonderful and Informative”
22 Jul 2017
“Nice if your interested in WWII ”
3 Airport Cir, Douglas, GA 31535-4033
+1 912-383-9111
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Reviewed 31 December 2017

As an aviation buff, I could not pass up a stop at the WW II flight training museum. Although small in size, a fantastic assortment of fascinating aviation memorabilia is maintained inside. The guide is extremely knowledgeable on the subject and very personable. If you...More

Thank Av8rjax
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

We enjoyed the tour. My son and I found it very interesting. Best part was a bomber that took part in D-day. They are also rebuilding a B-17. It's about a 45 minute tour and free.

Thank David C
Reviewed 4 July 2017

My Daughter and I are both WWII history buffs who try to stop and explore anything that has any WWII history displayed. We were going through the area to pick up a horse and I stopped in as a surprise for her. We were greeted...More

1  Thank Karen B
Reviewed 26 January 2017

Limited hours and small building kept me from visiting for the 35 years I've lived in Douglas and driven by this museum more than 1,000 times. What an amazing surprise!! Extremely informative with lots of information, artifacts, details about personnel who trained here in Douglas,...More

Thank Frank_from_Georgia
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

This was a very interesting museum, with lots more than I ever imagined! It took us about an hour and a half to go through the buildings with all their memorabilia and to walk the grounds. My 10 year old son LOVED it! We saw...More

1  Thank Wendy S
Reviewed 12 April 2015

Took the tour while attending Bikes/Blues/BBQ rally at the Douglas airport. While the size is small, the displays are interesting, and worth the time spent. Really not a lot here, but hope our small donation helps preserve this piece of WWII history.

1  Thank JD H
Reviewed 19 February 2015

This is all that's left to see of the WWII training facility. A few bits of memorabilia from the era. They are obviously existing on a shoestring, supported by donations. We supported.

Reviewed 5 May 2013

This is a great little museum related to a WWII Flight Training program located in Douglas, Georgia. The site is the actual location of the flight training school which operated during WWII. The buildings are original with several being restored and utilized. The museum has...More

1  Thank Leila W
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