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Tennessee Museum of Aviation, Sevierville

Categories: Military Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
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  • Came in on a Tuesday afternoon around 2:00 pm. Not busy at all. The museum is well put together with several aviation items in cases on display. Dont think small children would care for the display ar...  read more »
  • Really well done, especially all the exhibits about chaplains in the military, who are often overlooked Lots of memorabilia. A few planes and neat cutaways of the insides, but nothing fabulous there. ...  read more »
  • Thank you Ron for a wonderful tour today. Although our 9 year old was a bit fidgety we had a great visit. We learned so much from Ron and his informative and fun tour. So glad he and other volunteers ...  read more »
  • Good variety of planes in various conditions , but not necessarily a great cohesive story. Feels a bit like a yard sale with not a ton of info for each plane. A bit pricey given its size.
  • Fabulous! I discovered the museum by following the P-47 Thunderbolt "Hun Hunter" in flight from Gatlinburg to Sevierville. Several fantastic aircraft on display - a realreal treasure trove for me, a WWII aviation nut. We got to meet Hun Hunter's owner pilot, and dozens of other WWII pilot vets at a ceremony they were having. There's also a PBY Catalina here.
  • Smallish. Takes as long as you want it to take... Small area indoors. A hanger full of awesome planes and some lovely old cars. Restrooms clean. Nice gift shop. Was $12.99 a person. A bit price price for a mid sized family. Great for the guys in my family.
  • Awesome to see the only AIRWOLF Replica helicopter in the world (created by Steven W. Stull directly from Clark Van Hoten's original Airwolf body-parts from the genuine original flying chopper from the mid-80s TV series). Just up the Pigeon Forge / Sevierville strip from 'Dollywood', hidden out of view slightly so make sure you look it up on Google Earth first as it's not that well sign-posted. Just look for the small working air-strip at the museum and you'll find it.
  • Yes, the new perfect (from the original moulds) Airwolf Replica helicopter mock-up (by Steven W. Stull) is now here. Worth seeing it just for that.
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