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Outstanding exhibit of aircraft

Had a great day here. Excellent chance to get up close to some iconic aircraft. Easy to find... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Paul S
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Cobh, Ireland
Lots of fun

Excellent place to teach children about the history of planes. Lots of fun for any history buff... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
naturesgold
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Polk City, Florida
via mobile
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

A wedding or event with an aviation theme done here is done brilliantly. Rare and amazing aircraft and a WWII area features make this a memorable location for special events.

2  Thank Joni M F
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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

I'm not a plane fanatic, so my view is that of a layman. The museum houses about 20 planes in a nice hanger, and the planes are all in good condition. We were able to walk around and get close up to the planes, which are mostly military with a few exceptions. The hanger is quite tight for space, so many of the aircraft are very close to each other, and some are positioned below the bigger exhibits. It took us only about 30 minutes to stroll round. There's a small gift shop and a few snacks available. Probably worth the entry fee, but quite a small museum, not sure it lives up to its claim of the best aircraft museum in the world!

4  Thank Andy E
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

This museum was for many year one of the best in the United States. Possibly because of a remodelling program, many of the aircraft exhibits, some of which are unique, are not now accessible to visitors. This reduces the quality of the museum's appeal and interest.

2  Thank Ruth5757
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Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Even although far less of the facility is on show than on my previous visit, I still thoroughly enjoyed my visit.

On account of there being fewer aircraft to be amazed at, it meant I paid far more attention to those that were.

The staff are welcoming, friendly and full of knowledge and only to happy to answer questions in an entertaining and enthusiastic manner.

I'll definitely be back and look forward to seeing the developments at the facility over the next few years.

3  Thank Graham K
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Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Been here several times over the years, was told it was now only open on weekends and for special events. It's scaled down a lot, doesn't have the great restaurant it used to have, and not as many restoration tours. But still a great deal of fun and perfectly restored planes. I really hope that it reopens by 2020 as promised. I'd go back!!

1  Thank Joe K
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