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  • Website
    planesoffame.org
  • Hours
    Sun-Fri 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Elbert W.
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Report | 16 days ago
Go on a weekend. That's when they have the flight crew available for the B-17 Flying Fortress; which means you can go inside of the plane. It was an amazing experience! I took my nine-year-old and he had a blast. Thanks POF!
Jon Michael L.
Verified
Report | 19 days ago
Donate a buck or two to help get the B-17 flying!!
Robert D.
Verified
Report | 23 days ago
went noonish on a tuesday, saw about a dozen other visitors in 3 hours. hardly a crowd!
Adam W.
Verified
Report | 25 days ago
Great time! Great & knowledgable staff!
Chris T.
Verified
Report | a month ago
It's a great place.
joseph w.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Well worth the visit especially if you like history.
Mary J.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Lots of cool displays. Great for all ages.
Dawn M.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Make a day out of it. Go eat at Flo's Airport Cafe first, and then head on over to Planes of Fame. We always learn something new with every visit.
Richard M.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Excellent museum. Most planes are nicely described with info about history, engine, ceiling, speed, range, number made, etc. Strangely, about 25% of planes (mostly outdoors), are not identified at all. Wonder why?
melissa s.
Verified
Report | a month ago
He museum took just over 3 hours to walk through with 2 children. There was so much to see we will definitely be back, likely for one of the "live" shows!
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From Our Editors

Planes of Fame was simply dubbed ?The Air Museum? when it was founded in 1957?as the only museum of its kind west of the Mississippi, it had no need for a more specific moniker. More than 50 years later, it now boasts a stock of more than 150 airplanes and displays, including many aircraft that are the only flying examples of their type in the world including the N9MB Flying Wing and the P 26 Pea Shooter. Patrons can also explore an array of exhibits and aircraft that trace aviation?s history from the Chanute Hang Glider in 1896 to sophisticated modern-day planes.

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