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The Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum is one of Phoenix’s top-rated attractions. You can learn how airplanes were used throughout the history of combat and feel the radial engines on our Warbirds rumble as they come to life. Our museum is home...more
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GREAT place to go if you love old vintage airplanes. Bring the kids, bring Grandma and Grandpa and have a blast. Open most days, especially on the weekend. Check the internet for times and fees. They also have a open houses with military vehicles that...More
The museum was established in 1978, in Falcon Field and is the 10th unit of the Commemorative Air Force. It is the home of one of the largest Commemorative Air Force units in the world. On exhibit are classic American and foreign combat planes, many...More
I used to go a lot when I lived in Mesa. Just spend hours in this museum. A real treat is when the bombers fly in after a tour, "Maid in The Shade" and "Sentimental Journey". Just beautiful. I live in Yuma now by the...More
We visited this museum in Jan 2019. As a retired USAF officer, I know a little about the Air Force. Since my wife is a former director of an Air Force museum, I know a lot more about Air Force museums. This is an excellent...More
We spent two hours here on a Tuesday morning before heading to a baseball game. This was the perfect activity to fill the morning and we loved every minute of it. Our docent was excellent - he provided great background information on the planes as...More
Really enjoyed our 2.5 hr visit here. Every group gets a personal guide (docent) who is very informative.
The museum has a really nice array of US military aircraft. The whole place has a very personal feel to it; we were able to go inside...More
Went here on open cockpit Friday. Paid an extra $5 to get personalized tours. It was great. Up close and personal views of the aircraft. The personal experiences of the volunteers is phenomenal. If you have any interest in aircraft you can get up close...More
I'm not crazy about seeing films of live war action. In fact, it's kind of depressing the way it is glorified. But, I appreciate our armed services, those brave folks who go into battle. There are also exhibits about civilian and women involved with the...More
This is not a large museum. Much smaller then Pima Air & Space, or the Air Force Museum in Dayton. It does have some nice examples of vintage aircraft. The B-17 was there during our visit, and we got to go thru that. We also...More