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Oregon Air and Space Museum, Eugene

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The Oregon Air and Space Museum, located on the grounds of the Eugene Airport in Eugene, Oregon, holds a collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft.HistoryThe museum opened in 1991. The museum expanded its facilities in 1999 with a 6300 square foot (585 m2) addition.ExhibitsThe museum features aircraft with an emphasis on Oregon's aerospace history.Displays include Globe SwiftNieuport 17Rutan QuickieGrumman A-6E IntruderMcDonnell Douglas A-4 SkyhawkMitchell Wing B-10MiG-17Smith TermiteP&W R4360 Major dynamic functioning display1000+ 1:72 model aircraft displayP&W R4360 Major dynamic functioning display]]
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  • We decided to go because mu husband dream to see the biggest wood airplane in the world and because was rainy. But everyone had a lot fun and a lot information, everybody in the museum are very helpfu...  more »
  • We had a great docent who explained some of the exhibits. He was really knowledgeable and fun to be with. There are 2 buildings so plan on seeing both. The displays are well done. This is a great plac...  more »
  • Plenty of planes and plane parts packed inside; a handful of space related items; a ridiculously extensive model collection - almost certainly the largest in the world by a single modeller. Links to O...  more »
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  • Super cool aviation museum with history dating back quite a while. Lots of unique exhibits with a variety of planes and memorabilia. The guys there are also very friendly and would gladly talk to you about the planes and their history on them. Great place to spend an afternoon if you enjoy aviation, and even if you don't but have time to kill, a worthwhile experience.
  • Interesting place and displays. Fairly small but nice for a small regional airport.
  • Wanting to kill some time, I took five of my High School buddies (all in their 60"s) to tour the museum. What a stop ! A retired Marine gave us a personal tour of the museum and man did he know his stuff ! Once he found out that two of by buddies were in the Navy, man he started...
  • Very interesting, nice way to use your time waiting for flight.
  • Lots of good stuff