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Be amazed at one of the world's largest aircraft collections: including 3 hangars of World War II planes, supersonic spyplanes, the world's smallest bi-plane, plus many other unique private, military and commercial air & spacecraft documenting the...more
Went to PIMA to take my father for his 99 th birthday to see some of the WWII planes that he flew in at the PIMA Air and Space Museum. The staff there were extraordinarily respectful of his service and provided him with a private...More
If you like airplanes this is a must see. Not only the quality of this museum but the quantity with a capital Q. I have never seen anything like it. Thousands of airplanes that are stored there. Eye boggling. The volunteers are so knowledgeable and...More
We did not go into the museum, but took a slow drive past the "boneyard" as it is known. You can see hundreds if not thousands of planes all lined up in the airfield, perfect lines and rows. I have never seen so many planes...More
We got a membership since we are here for work for a few months. It's a lot of our door walking so plan your trip accordingly. There are hangers we missed our first few visits so much sure you get to see it all. We...More
This museum is non governmental but has still built up an amazing collection of mainly military aircraft but there are others as well. There is a tram that can take you round the site but to be honest even on a hot day if you...More
We visit Tucson at least twice a year and always include a trip to Pima Air and Space (our grandsons love it). I flew for the Air Force for 24 years, everything I flew is in the museum. The outdoor displays are extensive and include...More
Not being at all knowledgable on planes we did wonder if we would like the tour.
It was brilliant, our guide was ex- USA Air Force so knew a lot and was witty and very interesting. You get close enough for excellent photos and the...More
History definitely comes alive through a tour of the aircraft museum. My dad was a tour guide at one point in his life, and he loved to tell stories related to the history of the planes. Most definitely go, but bring lots of water on...More
Response from azcat1218 | Reviewed this property |
Whatever camera you like. When I was last there the B36 was outside but I heard plans were in the works to put her inside. As I understand that was the very last B36 off the assembly line. Needless to say I don’t know if... More
Whatever camera you like. When I was last there the B36 was outside but I heard plans were in the works to put her inside. As I understand that was the very last B36 off the assembly line. Needless to say I don’t know if it’s on the tour, I would think it is considering what a huge part of history it is
Response from Pima-Air-and-Space | Property representative |
Foreign visitors are welcome on the 309th AMARG/Boneyard your. However ALL requests for a tour reservations must be made at least 10 business days in advance, and up to 90 days out form the requested tour. Once all... More
Foreign visitors are welcome on the 309th AMARG/Boneyard your. However ALL requests for a tour reservations must be made at least 10 business days in advance, and up to 90 days out form the requested tour. Once all the required information is collected and submitted to the Air Force and you successfully pass the background check your reservations will be confirmed.The more time ahead of the desired date you make the request the more likely you are to be successful. You will be required to provide personal information, SSN, Passport number etc.
The Museum is not in any way affiliated with the United States military we simply provided the tour access in partnership with them. The Museum and the 'Boneyard' are in 2 completely separate locations and you are transported by bus from the museum. The museum is open to the public every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas. all the information you seek is on the museum website.
Have a great time!