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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
"There is a lot to see so come early and wear comfortable shoes."
"Amazing history, aircraft, food, and fun."
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Charles Carlin
2 months ago
The Pima Air and Space Museum is big, huge, ginormous and a bit more. This is listed as the 3rd largest Air museum in the US and is so worth a day or at least a half a day! Any less and you might just plan to come in and see one hanger per trip. The quality and breadth of the collection is incredible. The labor of love by the staff of volunteers is truly amazing. For any fan of military aircraft the place is way up on the list. For any military historians, the docents have more stories than there are hours in the day. The Tram Tour will yield insights into history, model differentials, and quirks of history that would make a researcher drool. Presidential jets, and elite prop jobs, transports of many kinds, fighters from the US and Russia, choppers of all styles, and so much more I could not even take in all of the hangers. Clear, spacious, planes on the ground, on the floor, hanging from the ceiling, and in model form too! I will be returning again, and hope to soak up a bit more of this luscious part of our history. Take the tram Tour for Sure!
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Diane Honsaker
a month ago
Great place to look at a lot of cool airplanes of various ages and heritage. Docents are knowledgeable and can provide a good background on many of the aircraft. Everything is in good shape. The separate 390th museum had a B17 and good info on the history of that unit. I will be back... didn't see it all! When people visit, this will be a destination.
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Jacob Chesna
3 weeks ago
One of the best museums I've been to. Only place you can get your hands on a SR-71! Special thanks to the plethora of volunteers that make the experience over the top.
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Eric H.
a month ago
Really cool place. Lots of cool planes, helicopters and a knowledgeable staff. Would definitely recommend this museum to others.
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Loud Librarian
3 weeks ago
Great for all military families and any plane enthusiast. Huge area to cover lotsa planes and there's a gift shop and a restaurant on the premises. be prepared for flight no pun intended. enjoy
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Colleen Roth
4 weeks ago
We loved the tour! We had been told that "you can see it all from the road" but that advice was SO WRONG! There was so much to see...we were there several hours! Very much worth the time if you love history, air and space at all!
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Kenneth Farnsworth
3 weeks ago
It's a truly impressive museum. The variety of planes is fun, and we get to go right up next to the planes. It gets tedious, though, after a bit. It's our in the sun, so bring a hat.
Paul Schulte
2 months ago
Must see for air and military buffs. Several vets volunteer their services to explain things. There is the main hanger with the smaller plane and the larger ones, like the B-52s are outside. If you want to see everything expect to spend a full day.

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