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Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum

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Akwinelvr wrote a review Feb 2020
Star, Idaho126 contributions52 helpful votes
We went to visit yesterday and were turned away by two armed Marine guards. They did the museum is closed until further notice. They didn’t say why but Miramar is being used as a Coronavirus quarantine location.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from ChuckM1242, Manager at Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum
Responded 3 Oct 2020
Our free, family-friendly museum has been cleared to be open Thursdays to Sundays from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. We look forward to your visit!
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David C wrote a review Nov 2019
Hudson, Wisconsin73 contributions11 helpful votes
The museum has a nice of aircraft and some support equipment. The aircraft is spaced out so you can get some good photos.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from ChuckM1242, Manager at Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum
Responded 3 Oct 2020
Thank you again for visiting! The museum is once again open to the public. We hope that you will be able to visit again soon.
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BobandJosie wrote a review Oct 2019
Reading, United Kingdom991 contributions341 helpful votes
The Leatherneck is free to entry ......... although donations are always welcome. Nice to get up really close to some iconic aircraft. It was really hot on the day we visited so we didn't linger (but glad that we went)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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MattOz1959 wrote a review Sep 2019
San Diego, California48 contributions37 helpful votes
I don't know if I'd pay to visit this but for free it's a nice hour of reliving the history of USMC aircraft. It's all self guided- you look at the planes and displays. Go on a not so f-ing hot day. Most of the exhibits are outside. Leave a donation if you feel it's worth it.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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BB61-Sailor wrote a review Jul 2019
Yuma, Arizona45 contributions11 helpful votes
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Haven't been out to Miramar since it was still the Navy's Top Gun school. I was very interested in seeing this museum for a long time and it didn't disappoint. The inside displays were well setup and told the story of USMC aviation. They had some great aircraft displays outside, you get a chance to get up close and see the aircraft. There were some unique aircraft you don't see often, F9F-2, F4D, F3D, F2H-2, F4U-5N. Mig-15.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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