The four buildings contained much more than restored air craft. We were amazed at the amount of pictures, uniforms, and detailed explanation about the life of the air personal who served the bombing wings missions and purpose of the aircraft. The Scott Hanger was equally interesting containing a number of aircraft in the process of restoration and we were able to see the progress being made with each.
The tour continued outside the four building with other air craft located throughout the grounds including a B-52, C-141, C-130, and much more. The outside area also contains a number of covered picnic areas, restrooms, playground and a large parking area suitable for the largest tour bus or RV.
Join us in the video below as we tour The Museum of Aviation.
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