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What a beautiful old hangar

We had a great visit. 3 buildings worth of goodies. The hangar was in great shape and still has... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2018
Penny F
Gay, Georgia

It was interesting to visit. Not expensive to enter and three buildings. Air planes, military... read more

Reviewed 1 May 2018
Larry E
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U.S. Highway 71, Drake Field, Fayetteville, AR 72701
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Reviewed 18 June 2018

We had a great visit. 3 buildings worth of goodies. The hangar was in great shape and still has the smell of wood. It was very clean and well kept. The displays were many from pictures, medals, patches, trucks etc. 10.00 admission fee . Well...More

Thank Penny F
Reviewed 1 May 2018

It was interesting to visit. Not expensive to enter and three buildings. Air planes, military vehicles, military uniforms, and tons of guns, knives, mess kits, etc. We enjoyed talking to the volunteers.

Thank Larry E
Reviewed 10 November 2017 via mobile

Disappointing. We tried to visit on the USMC birthday, one day before Veterans Day, only to find that they are closed all week so that Footloose can perform there. Very strange seeing that it's a military museum yet they choose to close on two military...More

Thank Kristin W
Reviewed 24 August 2017

The admission was $10 per person when we went in Aug. 2017. There are 3 buildings with air planes and military related displays. Not everything is labeled. We enjoy all air museums so we were satisfied.

1  Thank David S
Reviewed 19 July 2017

I visited the museum with two family members on a Saturday. It was an enjoyable visit. The museum's collection is a bit eclectic, but quite enjoyable to view in a historical context. There is A LOT to see. We also visited on a 3rd Saturday...More

1  Thank Colliam7
Reviewed 3 July 2017

It was a thrill to be able to visit the old Fayetteville Municipal Airport/Drake Field to explore the 3 large buildings and the open areas that now house the museum’s huge collection of artifacts, aircraft and vehicles. I especially loved the military ambulances, uniforms, recruitment...More

3  Thank TexasMomTW
Reviewed 2 July 2017

The museum is housed at the Drake Field airport in Fayetteville, and is close to I-49 on US-71. There is ample parking for RVs. This is a very personal museum that was very obviously created and curated by Arkansans with a love of the military...More

3  Thank ARretired
Reviewed 13 April 2017

We just 'stumbled' upon this during a recent trip to Fayetville and so glad we did. Lots of incredible history and 'War Birds" as well as experimental and proto types. From the street you might be fooled into thinking...not much there...however it is chocked full...More

Thank Carol K
Reviewed 16 March 2017

We've been regular visitors to this great little museum for more than twenty years, when my son was in elementary school. It's a good place for school field trips, and I'd the only place in the area for kids to see a WWII bomber, Vietnam...More

1  Thank L H
Reviewed 15 August 2016

If you love air history, this is the place for you. Located on Fayetteville's original airfield in old hanger.

Thank Patricia M
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