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Wherever you live it is worth the trip to visit this amazing museum complex. There is so much to see and so much to read about here from the earliest of planes to space travel. It is packed full of aircraft and stories and the...More
This is now my TOP aviatuon museum! The Goose is a marvel for certain ... just incredible!. Pay the extra money to go up into the cockpit. Sit in Howie's seat and feel the controls.
The sapce side is amazing too. Well worth the money
What a stunning, wonderful and awe-inspiring collection of aviation and space exploration, beautifully displayed in beautiful buildings. If you or your children/grandchildren are remotely interested in flight or space you MUST visit. This is absolutely a full-day outing. Again, I suggest not visiting the web...More
I had always wanted to go see the Spruce Goose, Howard Hughes’ Flying Boat. I was very close to where it once was when I was stationed at the Long Beach ship yard. But I had failed to drop in for a look before my...More
This museum has a lot of share footage, but appears confused about its identity. Is it celebrating the remarkable technical innovation and skill of the behemoth Spruce Goose, showing off a hodge podge of antique fixed wing aircraft, showing movies for kids.
A few common...More
THis museum is a short trip outside Portland Oregon, and has a great Collection of old and newer Aircrafts and Space exhibits. For me the highlight was the Spruce Goose, a one off experimental Aircraft designed during 2. WW. I was there With my 15...More
I love planes and am an aviation geek from way back. They have some cool stuff but many reproductions and some of the coolest birds - the F105G, am a7, the remnants of an f-106 - are outside in a state of near neglect. Admission...More
Incredible display of all types of airplanes from the first air craft designed, World War I and II, the Spruce Goose built by Howard Hughes to USA & Russian Space ships. The number and variety of helicopters was amazing. Seating is old refurbished airline seats...More
My suggestion is to make a whole day of it. Start early, get to the museum when it opens @ 9AM, go downtown McMinnville for lunch and walk around some interesting shops shops then either return to the museum or check out... More
My suggestion is to make a whole day of it. Start early, get to the museum when it opens @ 9AM, go downtown McMinnville for lunch and walk around some interesting shops shops then either return to the museum or check out some fine Pinot Noir at one of the great local wineries. If your really into the museum and don't want to quit for lunch in town, the cafe in the museum's Aerospace bldg serves a creditable burger and tater-tots.
Response from ampanmangal | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is a snack bar type of restaurant. We left and got lunch elsewhere and came back in on the same ticket. I think they stamped our hand if I remember. We did have to do something before we left