The March Field Air Museum is a "must see" for every member of the family. The museum is operated by the non-profit March Field Air Museum Foundation. It's support comes entirely from donations, contributions, and proceeds from the gift shop. The gift shop has many items from booklets, to a simulated Bomber jacket, items for children and a signed limited edition of a Charles Yaegar print.
The museum is open every day from 9:00a.m.-4:00p.m. The museum is not open on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Day, or Easter. The entrance fees are: $7.00 12 years of age and older $3.00 5 to 11 years of age and free for children under the age of five.
Your visit be will viewing over 71 airplanes, 29,000 artifacts, a flight simulator and more. Don't forget to look at the Heritage Tiles in the courtyard. The Memorial to the War Dogs is not to be missed.
My husband and I spent a solid three hours and thoroughly enjoyed it all. We had the opportunity to speak to two volunteers. Jim fought in World War II and just celebrated his 84th birthday and George fought in the Korean War and he turned 80 this year. Their stories were animated, interesting, and full of many details.
Photos by Mary Sue Owen
Outdoor aircraft displays
War Dog Memorial
Fairchild PT-19 Cornell Trainer
NOTE: It is always a good idea to verify date, time, location and other information prior to going.
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