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When you visit, make sure you go when they have open cock pit days. People are at the planes giving you a history of them and you can ask questions, some of them you can even sit in while hearing the history.
By the size of the building you would assume that this museum would not have much to offer. However, inside features plenty of artifacts and showcases of the history of aviation in Central Illinois. The yard of planes outside allows visitors to get an up...More
This is a quaint museum. There is an entry fee. Items inside the facility and outside. Approximately12 aircrafts. Not much to see but I am glad I went. We spent about one hour on-site. Parking is free. Local museum.
The title says it all. This is a small Museum but really unique in that you can actually walk up to each one of the aircraft they have on display. Some of the aircraft have stairs and viewing platform to look inside the plane at...More
Aviation museum is open only for Thursday to Sunday from 11 to 4 p.m. it has both aircrafts, helicopters and some engine for display. A simulator for have having flight flying and take off experience. Kids Will definitely love it.rest of the displays are small...More
Met the guy who actually flew the Skyhawk they have in the museum. He let may 12 year old daughter sit in the pilot's seat and wear his flight helmet. The picture i took will be treasured for a lifetime. Go and support these guys-...More
Visited here while on a short trip to Bloomington. This is a small, but excellent museum. The man that was working there was very informative and loved to talk about the items and the planes in the museum.
They have both indoor and outdoor display....More