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Enjoyed our visit to this aircraft museum. We went on a Saturday morning and were fortunate to find a group working to restore the plane of our interest- an A26 called Special Kay. You can get up close to your the planes, and might even...More
Museum is on the small side, but most of their planes still fly. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable. I have one major complaint. This museum is WWII planes. There is another museum with Vietnam era planes right down the road. There is no reason these...More
We had to take a quite long ride from downtown Dallas to this museum, so it was not a short trip. The museum is a small interesting place to visit. If you are into planes and history, this is a must!
If you are the...More
This museum is so much more than most in that these are planes that routinely fly. The people there are passionate and love to share their knowledge. To hear the engines of these warbirds roar really brings their history back to life.
If you are into old planes you will dig the feel of this place. It is in an old hanger that smells like an old machine shop. Probably because the hanger serves as a restoration, repair and maintenance shed in addition to a place to...More
We are local, and with my wife and daughter sick at home, this was a great visit on a cold grey Saturday for my 12 year old son and I to have a 'guys day'. We had visited before, in 2012, and weren't all too...More
This is a must for a family with teens into mechanics and flying. This working hanger is open to walk through and see the planes up close. Mechanics, volunteers and military veterans are right there to answer any and all questions you have. There is...More
This museum is bigger than it seems from the street, chock full of informative history in the form of written materials, photos, models, and static displays. Jim Hodgson, the current Executive Director is but one of the many knowledgeable and dedicated volunteers who you may...More