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Museum of Aviation

GA Hwy 247 & Russell Parkway
478-926-6870

The Museum of Aviation is the second largest museum in the U.S. Air Force with a collection dating from a replica of an early 1896 glider to modern-era aircraft such as the B-1B bomber, the SR-71 Blackbird, the U-2 Dragon Lady and F-15 Eagle. The Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums. Exhibits tell the story of aviation events from World War II to the present, including depicting the mission of Robins Air Force Base, the largest industrial employer in Georgia.



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Nancy Brannon

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
The museum is a nice place to take the kids it's free. And there's a playground that has swing and picnic tables to. They have planes indoor and outdoors. It's nice to go to the indoor ones during the summer. There's a gift shop that you can go to on your way out to get something for the kids or yourself. It has coffees other drinks, food and snacks at the gift shop too. And they have fun things for the kids to do in the summer and they have an activity room in one of the buildings so they can color and build with Legos. And they get to learn about our history then what kid doesn't like airplanes and they even have some that you can actually get into so I think that's pretty cool

Denise Beckmann

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Friday, June 29, 2018
This is an opportunity to see the history of Air Force aviation up close and in person. Kids can interact in cockpits of a few. The lawn shows the huge cargo planes. Multiple air conditioned exhibits are amazing. It's free! Great for all ages.

James Evans

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Friday, July 6, 2018
The museum is fascinating and very well put together. The volunteer staff is very helpful and knowledgeable. You can’t beat the price – it’s free. Just being able to see a Blackbird and B1 up close is something to remember. Convenient location and plenty of parking.

M Langenderfer

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Monday, June 18, 2018
Outstanding aviation museum. It's the second largest in the country and has four hangers with a wide collection of aircraft from World War 2, Vietnam, and recent times. There are also numerous aircraft and a couple missiles located on the grounds of the museum. You could spend days admiring and learning from the wealth of exhibits.

Kerri Shelton

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Saturday, June 30, 2018
1st of all this place is HUGE 2nd it's free!!! So much to see and there's planes planes and more planes. But that's not all There are things to climb into such as a real cockpit. Footage of WWII and the effect the air force had on that war. Also has great info on the Korean war and dessert storm. There are 3 big hangers full of planes not counting the museum and the outside area. We were so pleased, tickled, and excited about our find. Please take yourselves and especially your children or grand children. Have them talk to the veterans that work there and hear first hand of their experiences in the service. Make sure to tell them thank you. They sure deserve it.

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