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Such a neat place run strickly by volunteers telling history that they lived. This is such a neat stop, we will definetly stop again. It gave me goosebumps to be standing beside aircraft that was used in war to defend our freedoms. Plus the men...More
I reviewed this attraction several years ago. My previous review is not accurate, the Museum has made substantial exterior improvements. There are significant air-frames here that are displayed much more appropriately. This is a small private attraction that likely receives minimal funding support. These improvements...More
This museum is basically in my back yard and had never been. We have traveled the country visiting air museums at DC, Pima, Dayton, Intrepid, USS Midway and EAA.
This is a very brief stop museum. I thought the best part was a gentleman who...More
Skeletons of airframes on bales of straw. I stop by airplane museums and have been very impressed by the Richmond, VA, Camarillo, CA, Boeing Museum. The Museum of Science and industry has a wider range. This is obviously a private collector that has managed to...More