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Aircraft museum featuring aircraft from Korean War through Vietnam through Cold War. Exhibit for the 9/11 "First Responder" F-15 Eagle interceptor. Open Cockpit days, and some climb aboard aircraft open for public viewing. Museum with WW II...more
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1 Air Museum Way, Off Becker at N. Laughlin, Santa Rosa, CA 95403-8244
An air museum with many aircraft used to protect our freedom. It’s a shame to see them in their current condition as they are badly weather worn and faded.
Still worth a trip to view if you go to Santa Rosa.
My teenage son loves military aircraft so we visit a lot of air museums. We live in Seattle and visit the Museum of Flight often so I'm not easily impressed with the other museums. This one has some unique aircraft with fun history - a...More
This museum holds a small group of contemporary military aircraft. Each plane or helicopter is well documented by age, builder, use, all the data you'd need to know about the craft.
My disappointed was with the condition of of the planes. There was seemingly to...More
Liked being able to go into one of the helicopters while we there on a Saturday. Actually had people on site who had restored the Plane. Looks like they could use some private funding and help fix up the rest of exhibits and replace some...More
I was planning to go to this as this listed as a place to go in Santa Rosa, CA. I got lucky. It was the annual Wings and Wheels event!
Classic cars from a Woody to a Austin Healy DB5. Hot rods and more! The...More
We went here while on vacation before our wine tasting. It has a surprisingly large selection of planes. There is a F15 that helped with the September 11th response and F5 and F14. Several helicopters - one like the one in mash. The F5 and...More
The museum is a worthwhile place to visit . Their are lots of aircraft on display to see including the first Air Force jet fifghter on scence over NY on September 11 . There is also a wonderful gift shop filled with goodies to buy...More
Great local air museum with lots of things to look at. 95% of what they have is outside so it is weather dependent. With planes dating from the 1950s to 1980s, there are many docents to explain what you're seeing and give you background above...More
Make sure you go on Thursday for Hot Dog day starting at 11:30.
Our grandson loved the dogs and cockpit sitting. Several planes are open maned by volunteers who flew then in the old days.
Attention span is based on interest in older military planes...More