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Wendy C.
Report | 2 days ago
Small and not too much to see but exceptionally good docent with great stories and insight!
Marvin R.
Report | 8 days ago
A very good venue, with excellent docents.
Peter J.
Report | 9 days ago
Super collection of planes. B-17, B-25, . . . . cars too '31 Buick. Everything there is flyable, drivable. And they're on the far side of John Wayne Airport where the hangar doors open to a runway.
alice w.
Report | 16 days ago
The museum is small but has enough aircrafts and other vehicles to keep the visit interesting. It is right next to the John Wayne airport so you will get to see real planes take off too. It was fun.
Judith M.
Report | 22 days ago
Docent tours are very informative don't miss them.
Miriam D.
Report | 24 days ago
A docent by the name of Tom walked us through the exhibit. He was very knowledgeable about the planes and cars, and made it interesting for my 8 and 10 year olds. We were very glad we visited!
George S.
Report | a month ago
try and get a guided tour from one of the volunteers on hand , they can tell in depth about everything, also they have great stories to tell!!!
Jenean C.
Report | a month ago
Fabulous family outing, very informative, LOVE the historical aspect. Everything is in OUTSTANDING condition, truly a sight that needs to be seen at least once!
Jennifer B.
Report | a month ago
It's a small tour but you can take your time and get up close to the planes and vehicles I was able to take tons photos
Cathy K.
Report | a month ago
Try to get a Docent. What a very special treat and honor to have them share!
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The colorful B-17 Flying Fortress known as Fuddy Duddy once shepherded General Dwight D. Eisenhower across the Pacific near the end of World War II. Today, the massive plane is on display at the Lyon Air Museum on the west side of Orange County's John Wayne Airport. The museum has a curated selection of authentic aircraft and rare vehicles, most of which trace their lineage back to World War II. A 1939 Mercedes-Benz G4 Offener Touring Wagon was actually owned and used by Adolph Hitler until its seizure by the French army at Bertschesgaden. Museum tours are led by volunteer docents throughout the day and last about an hour; along with the planes and cars, you'll encounter Jeeps, motorcycles, and a 1941 Dodge pickup truck.

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