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Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting, Greybull

#27 of 48 in Museums in Wyoming
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  • My brother is a docent, so I got a personal tour (caveat over). This is a neat attraction for a small community. These birds had a life in the military prior to fire fighting, so to think about all th...  more »
  • I actually did not visit the museum since it was closed when I stopped by. However I even give it a 4 from seeing the planes through the fence :D I was here pretty early and felt all excited sneaking ...  more »
  • This unusual little museum, just outside of Greybull, Wyoming is a perfect opportunity to get out and stretch your legs, see some cool airplanes and get in a little aviation history.  more »
  • Worth the visit, a great way to breakup any long drive! Also, the rest area is spectacular.
  • Nice museum and downtime. Cannot access planes in boneyard. Visited in 90s, as well.
  • Great little museum. Stopped in for the rest stop to have lunch and ended up sticking around to check out some of the great planes.
  • Hidden gem and great stop for your trip!
  • Awesome piece of history!