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Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, Reading

(4.4/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • Their annual World War II air show is the spring highlight of this area. They have a three day reenactment of the war....complete with soldiers from all sides...American, British, German, Japanese, Ru...  more »
  • The guide was very informative and found everything so interesting. Everything from one of a kind planes to WWII to commercial. 
  • My very first experieince. Museum is a wealth of information on the airline industry and airplanes used during this war. Seeing the re-enactors was an amazing experience. The Sherman Tank stole the sh...  more »
  • Tremendous show, especially the air show. Excellent tribute to veterans. Re-enactors are great. Restored vehicles and planes from the era. Educational opportunities on WW2. Veteran speakers. One of the best events in PA. Admission price is great for what you get. Food is only criticism. You can't bring in a cooler (which is understandable) but then you are locked into long lines for expensive and mediocre (at best) food vendors.
  • Went here for the WWII weekend and had a blast! Great diversity of exhibits. Highly suggest coming at night for some 40s Swing dancing! A lot of fun. And the airshow was good too :)
  • The museum has a wide range of aircraft from different era's and some unique test craft. The main attraction here is the restoration of a P-61 Black Widow, which is only one of 4 known to still exist. The other attraction here is the Museums WWII weekend that is held the first weekend of June every year. It is by far the largest WWII Air show in the country, and it is worth coming all 3 days just to see everything.
  • Great little museum. World War 2 weekend in June is crazy amazing!!! You have to go.
  • Here a5 the Reading Air Fest and classic car show. Im showing my 1973 porsche 914.