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Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino

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  • Very good place to visit during the weekend. Surprisingly, most planes there still can fly and maintained in good conditions. Each month, they have special events and if you plan to visit the more tha...  more »
  • Private own air plane museum, open to the public. Nice selection including some WWI air planes like Fokker DR.1 Dreidecker. WWII air planes like Douglas A-1 Skyraider, Douglas B16-Invader, Curtis P-40...  more »
  • Lots to see here. Four hangars contain mainly WWII types most of which are maintained in flyable condition. Some very rare aircraft including a German Heinkel 100 fighter for instance. Also there are ...  more »
  • Great place to visit to see the restoration and flight of war planes in general. The events that they host are a one of a kind. Very knowledgeable staff ready to answer your aviation questions. Many great speakers like the ones yesterday, who are a testament of living history. It's a lifetime opportunity to go see the speakers, for they're dying out and in their 90's. I can't wait until the 60th anniversary air show comes around the corner in May. It will be from the 6-7, and will be neat to watch. I'm only 27 years of age but I have much respect for the ones who flew them to the ones who restore them. My grandpa flew over the Pacific in WWII to escort bombers with the P-51D Mustang, and that's what I saw yesterday. What a beautiful piece of aviation machinery. - "Good luck and Godspeed."
  • A lot of history and a good place to take the kids for a few hours. My son knew a lot of the planes from playing Call of Duty games and was amazed to see them in person.
  • Great museum! I've been going there since o was a kid. They also put on one of the best Airshows in the world! Don't miss out on this gen!
  • Planes of Fame has exquisite collection of aircraft and artifacts and an annual world class air show. Many of the museum aircraft still fly which is amazing. The people who run this museum are first class and of the highest integrity and character and don't deserve to be the target of an obnoxious lawsuit aimed to stop their annual air show.
  • In my opinion, this is the best air museum outside the Smithsonian in D.C. The best West Coast air museum with a passionate and deeply knowledgeable staff. The Planes of Fame Airshow has become a family tradition for my family and I travel each year to see it with my veteran father.