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Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins

(4.8/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
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. Add Museum of Aviation to your Warner Robins travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Warner Robins holiday planner.
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Reviews
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  • Wish I had time to tour as they have many planes but there for a race. It was a hot day for January. They needed more water toward the end and it was delayed, but overall a nice event. 
  • If you're into military aviation, you will want to stop by this place. Wide variety of planes on display, from WWII prop planes to modern jets. A lot of walking and a lot of content to read through, i...  more »
  • This is a great place to take your family. There are so many hangars and history here, it can be a place to go back to many times!! 
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  • I was blown away by the size and quality of the museum. Very well done! Lots of planes from different era set up. Clean and staff was very friendly. Some aircraft allowed you to get in it. I would recommend visiting it. Well worth the trip. Oh yeah, its free!
  • They have almost everything you would expect, plus more. The variety of history here really melds our past and present in a tangible way. I can't believe this place is donation based! Plan for a couple of hours, or if you have time break it up over a few days. They have 3 hangars in addition to the main museum. Plus a nice giftshop and coffee bar.
  • The place is a little run down. But overall the price is right (free) and the exhibits are really good. If you are ever in the area, this place is worth a few hours of your time.
  • It's a place to learn about military history, mostly U.S. Air Force, and a nice place to be in the afternoon to getaway. If your a midd. Georgian it really makes you proud to be one, because of the accomplishments of the WR AFB and the Museum of Aviation. I've been going since I was a little child, its a tradition of going.
  • My daughter LOVES this place. We go at least once a week. Run on donations, please donate. We donate everytime with lots of change. My daughter loves to put it in the swirly tube thing they have.