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Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa
(4.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
The Warhawk Air Museum is a not for profit organization funded entirely by individual donations and private foundations. The mission of the museum is to teach and preserve America’s history during times of war from the home front to the war front and aviation history from the advent of flight through the space age. The Warhawk Air Museum encourages an educational experience about the technology, culture, and social changes that have occurred in North America during times of war.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We visited the museum and was really impressed at all the Memoribilia here. Wow and kudos to the owners of the museum for doing such an interesting display. 
  • Love the History; Great place for families to visit and learn about Our Military History. Conveniently Located off of Airport Rd. in Nampa, ID. Take the Kids they will truely enjoy the Airplanes and s...  more »
  • The WAM has a great collection of military history. There are airplanes, vehicles, uniforms, news articles, personal uniform and stories and much more. The majority of the exhibits are from WWII thru ...  more »
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  • I always find something new when I visit this place. So much history is packed into this museum! I go to the airshow every year and will start going to the veteran's breakfast as well. The staff is incredibly nice, everything is displayed wonderfully, and even the gift shop has something for everyone.
  • Wonderful place to visit--so much to see. The volunteers have wonderful knowledge to share. They have a few air shows a year that should not be missed. Up close and personal on the aircraft during the shows.
  • Great place to see history. Only suggestion is to allow customers the option of doing a quick Cessna flight that DOESN'T cost $400 for 30 minutes. But the museum itself is definitely worth going. Supporting our veterans and getting a glimpse of history, can't go wrong.
  • A beautiful slice of history. Such a well maintained facility. Plan to spend several hours touring, reading, admiring all this museum has to offer.
  • Was totally awestruck by the amount of materials located here. As an avid WWII history fanatic, this place consumed a better part of six hours. Could have spent more time an would certainly go back. They are currently restoring a Mig 21. $12.00 entry fee.