Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins

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#13 of 119 in Museums in Georgia
From the U.S. Air Force's first jet fighter to history's fastest plane, see the development of flight on a grand scale at Museum of Aviation. One of the largest of its kind in the United States, the museum displays a sizeable collection of civilian and military aircrafts and pays homage to the heroes and pioneers of aviation. Visit the museum for the chance to see both famous and very rare airplanes and helicopters, such as the Epps 1912 Monoplane, the iconic Huey, or the F-80C Shooting Star. Don't miss the SR-71A Blackbird, the very plane that set the world speed record back in 1976. The museum also features a cafe and gift shop, and admission is free. A visit to Museum of Aviation represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Warner Robins trip itinerary builder website to plot your vacation.
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  • This museum is very interesting, informative and not too expensive. The grandchildren liked it as much as the adults.  more »
  • We stopped in with family. It is a wonderful place of you love military aircraft like we do. I highly recommend it.  more »
  • We Go to this Museum a few times a year. It seems like there is never enough time in a day to see it all. It is Fun every time we Go. We have Young Boys So they Really Enjoy seeing all the Planes. A G...  more »
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  • Very impressive collection of military airplanes. There is a main building with a few planes and exhibits, and then three additional hangers each with many more planes and exhibits, including engines, support equipment, etc. Plus quite a few larger aircraft outside. I've always been very interested in military airplanes, but I learned about and saw some planes and equipment I never knew about before. One thing I'll note, there are a few cockpits that you can climb into, and some aircraft with cargo or bomb doors open, but otherwise the ability to enter or at least see the interiors/internals is rather limited. Still very much worth seeing though. It seems like they do a lot of special events here as well. There was a marathon/family day the day we went there.
  • Great place to learn the history of Aviation. They also have a Tuskegee Airmen exhibit. They have events all year round not just a museum.
  • At the Aviation Museum we saw tons of HUGE aircraft and learned some interesting things like 1) the museum is the “Crown Jewel” of Middle Georgia, and 2) World War II was fought for “Coca-Colas, Hamburgers, Clean Places to Sleep, or the American Way of Life” (pick one). Our three year old wasn’t too interested in all the details of the exhibits but spent most of his time running from airplane to airplane.
  • Good overview of military aircraft used by the US Air force. Special exhibition on WWII and the glider launches to land in Normandy, France. Also featured the Lockheed SR 72 Blackhawk and the drone RQ-4A Global Hawk.
  • Great place to spend a day. Has plenty to see and it's so big you might not see everything on your first visit. When I was there, there was a hands on exhibit that the kids loved.

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