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Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino

(4.8/5 based on 160 reviews on the web)
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  • And Do go to their Air Show! It's amazing! All the planes they restore fly, they do not just sit and collect dust!  more »
  • Plane of Fame is known throughout the world as the place to visit if you want to not only see complete examples of historic WW2 and Jet Age aircraft, but nearly all of them are in flying condition. On...  more »
  • Plan to spend at least 3-4 hours because there is so much to see. Their Airshow is one of the best on the West Coast. A must see !!  more »
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  • Wonderful inventory here, a large portion of their aircraft still fly. Got to see my first Corsair here. Highly recommend to anyone.
  • Just watched "FORTRESS" a movie about the B-17 and it's crew . The movie was good and it was great to see how the B-17's and her crew survived bombing runs. Hell of a plane. Respect and Props to the men/women of WW2 who fought/died to stop a evil man
  • I really love that place! I drove twice from Phoenix to Pima because of all that great stuff they show in- and outside their hangars! You wouldn't imagine that they even have a Boeing 787 on their field :o
  • This is perhaps the most impressive collection of aircraft I have seen ever. They have some real rarities, like the only genuine zero that still flies, a bf 109 under restoration and a fw190 replica, and that is only the top of the iceberg. As far as museums go however it was lacking in staff and information, it felt more like a collection of aircraft, a very impressive one admittedly. They would do well to look to the museum in palm spring for how to improve. I only ever saw one staff, and that was the woman at the front desk, selling the tickets and souvenirs.
  • Great place to visit if you have ANY interest in aviation and/or history. This place has certain flyable aircraft that can only be seen here. The P-26 Peashooter comes to mind, along with the Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero. One hanger is a maintenance and restoration facility for these aircraft, so bear in mind it can be a little "dirty" if your not used to that environment. Great museum and I am a regular visitor. Love it!