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6000 E Valencia Rd Tucson, AZ 85706
6000 East Valencia RoadUSArizonaTucson85706
(520) 574-0462pimaair.org
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Pima Air & Space Museum, where history takes flight, is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, and the largest non-government funded aviation museum. You'll see more than 300 aircraft and spacecraft including many of the most historically significant and technically advanced craft ever produced, both from the United States and throughout the world.
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Over 300 air- & spacecraft are on display at this museum that encompasses 80 acres of exhibits.- Google
"Bring comfortable shoes, water, and sun protection in sunny weather."
"Lots of cool planes, helicopters and a knowledgeable staff."
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Jesse Schaa
a week ago
A quick test to see if you would like it...Love Airplanes? Love Helicopters? Love History? Love the SR-71 blackbird? Love A-10s? Love spaceships? Then this is the place for you. Nice couple hours of fun. Plus they have a cafe & restaurant.
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Rick Hanton
2 weeks ago
Wow, the Air and Space museum has gotten much bigger since I came almost 15 years ago. I highly recommend the free guide led tours that you can catch mid-morning. Be sure to check out the awesome SR-71 exhibit!
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Richard Hintz
a month ago
Amazing, very complete resource with many specialist items and knowledgeable staff on site. Only tour operator for the nearby "boneyard," another significant point of interest. Reasonable prices. Free parking. Bring comfortable shoes, water, and sun protection in sunny weather. There were a lot or aircraft in the boneyard, but I wasn't able to see any MC-130 fitted with Fulton system recovery units and painted with the distinctive "Blackbird" colors (no, not speaking of the SR-71) used by the Stray Goose crews. Docents weren't aware of the aircraft or the project. Too bad.
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david baker
3 months ago
We drove from flagstaff to visit on this trip to the U.S. Was it worth it,........YES , I must say at the start , what a well mannered ,friendly ,knowledgable staff . We only had a day which is stretching it .So a Hour in the museum , then the boneyard tour , dinner ( great restaurant , quality and price) then the tram tour , both highly recommend , then back to the museums , great collection of old and new .And the gift shop to finish .
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Kevin Bourne
2 months ago
My 10-year Daughter and I visited the end of March 2016 for Spring Break and absolutely loved it! Although admittedly I was probably more excited than she was. We did the tram tour of all the planes/helicopters outside. The tram operator was very knowledgeable and gave a lot of fun facts about each vehicle. We also visited the Space building which was a lot of fun and very interesting. I would have loved to stay there longer and do the Boneyard tour but my Daughter was done after about 4 hours. I could have stayed there all day!
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Jake Allen
2 weeks ago
One of the best museums. It was amazing and the tour guide was a former Air Force mechanic and pilot. He knew soooo much and was entertaining to listen to.
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Tin Le
a week ago
Definitely visit this if you ever go to Tucson. This is a paradise for aviation lovers. Make sure you have plenty of time! Plan on spending all day there, as there are so many planes and exhibits to see, visit, admire!
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Colin Elliott
a month ago
Fantastic array of very interesting information and sights to see. Very informative tours. Don't recommend going on a hot day.

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