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The museum is open Tuesday, Thursday,Friday and Saturdays . Hours for Tue, Thur, and Fri are from 10AM to 4PM. Saturday hours will be 9AM to 5PM. Tours on Tue,Thu,and Fri start at 10AM, NOON and 2PM. Tours on Saturdays will be at 9,11,1, and 3...more
Traveling this weekend for my military contractor job I had to spend the weekend in Colorado Springs, Colorado prior to providing training at an Air Force Base on Monday. I looked at TripAdvisor.com for things to do and was pleasantly surprised to find the National...More
Phil was a fantastic, knowledgeable tour guide and the aircraft are in impeccable, flying shape! This is a great opportunity to see WWII aircraft fully restored as well as some that are going through the restoration process to be flown again.
We had 10 people in our group and everyone was very impressed by Gene's knowledge of history and by the planes. They appreciated having the opportunity to photograph the planes and exhibits. Everyone is so pleasant and helpful. Thanks for having this available for us...More
Our 10 and 16 year old boys loved this museum. It is so fascinating to see items from this era. If you are not into history, you will not like or appreciate it. You can do a self guided tour or have a tour guide....More
This museum was terrific for people interested in WWII aviation. Many historic airplanes, lots of informative display cases and great guided tours. Two highlights for me... 1) a P-38 known as "Wings 33" and a working "Link Trainer". You could spend a day or more...More
The museum has a wealth of beautifully restored WWII aircraft and lovingly collected and displayed individual aviators' bios and memorabilia. It's too much to pack into the two-hour guided tour (included with admission), so the guide tends to concentrate on just one or two items...More
Time is suspended for a while when you visit this gem of a museum about World War II heroes and aces. You look at their pictures, hand-written letters, small, dangerous airplanes, and marvel at their courage. Don’t miss this collection and don’t forget to thank...More
It’s the only museum where they have World War II aircraft which have been restored and still flying. Quite amazing, Gene Pfeffer was our guide and if you can get him, he is the best informed and a great guide.
Since my father served during WWII in England with the 8th Army Air Corps Fighter Command, this museum was a MUST for me. Overall, the displays are nicely laid out and the accompanying descriptions were very informative. We had two teenager boys in our group...More