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A private collection of history open to public

We were greeted by a fellow who was restoring one of the planes and he gave us a very nice in... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2018
styx123
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Michigan City, Indiana
A little nostalgia

This is a great little museum. We visited this past weekend and had a great time viewing all of the... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2018
Andrea R
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Marion, Illinois
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835 S Airport Dr, Springfield, IL 62707-8486
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Reviewed 21 April 2018

We were greeted by a fellow who was restoring one of the planes and he gave us a very nice in depth talk about the planes.

Thank styx123
Reviewed 2 April 2018

This is a great little museum. We visited this past weekend and had a great time viewing all of the aircraft, it even captured the attention of my teenage stepson! They have several military aircraft inside of an aircraft hangar that you can view and...More

Thank Andrea R
Reviewed 25 November 2017

The owner has a fine collection of ex-military aircraft which are operational. On the airport there is also the Aeroknow museum which has a fascinating collection of artefacts, models, books, magazines and memorabilia. Well worth a visit. Job Conger is the owner and custodian.

Thank Skybolt
Reviewed 9 September 2017

Small, compact and well done. The displayed aircraft are in pristine condition. The staff was friendly and helpful. Several WW2 fighters . An expansion is underway which will greatly improve the viewing. No charge -just a donation. Well worth the visit.

Thank Bobby F
Reviewed 4 August 2017

This is located at the airport in a hanger. It is free and there are several airplanes here. There is part of one that the children can climb into. The place is very interesting but it can be done in 30 minutes or so. My...More

2  Thank marann7
Reviewed 10 July 2017

I stopped by and visited the Air Combat Museum while the staff were busy moving an aircraft, but was cordially invited to 'look around'. They have a beautiful F-4U Corsair and a Japanese Zero (TV show "Blacksheep" used these) as well and a P-51 Mustang,...More

1  Thank Chas L
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Some very interesting and unusual aircraft present on site at the museum both inside and outside,some of the exhibits are rather dusty though.

1  Thank royj
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

This small museum is tucked away in the maze of hangars at the airport. It has a fantastic collection of vintage warbirds like few others. They fly. F-4U Corsair, P-51 and others. Lots of side exhibits. Don't miss.

2  Thank Skipton T
Reviewed 26 March 2017

A small hangar with a lot of cool airplanes. We were pleasantly surprised. All the featured aircraft were in service at some point and are all still operational. Exhibit includes a Mustang and a Corsair! Those interested in war planes will enjoy even a short...More

1  Thank Ingrid W
Reviewed 15 August 2016

It's small. Don't expect to see a huge museum. But the place is so neat! It's just 1 man's collection of airplanes. Almost all of them still run. Very cool to see all of them! And the young boys who work there are so knowledgeable...More

3  Thank Terra F
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