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Planes of Fame Air Museum
Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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7000 Merrill Ave #17 Chino, CA 91710
7000 Merrill AveUSCAChino91710
Museum, History MuseumToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Planes of Fame Air Museum – Where Warbirds Fly and Aviation History Lives Over 120 aircraft on display with many flying regularly including: P-51, P-38, P-40, B-25 and the only authentic Japanese A6M
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Aviation museum features a collection of aircraft & memorabilia, plus a youth education center.- Google
People talk about p-38 lightning, aviation history, flying wing, living history and pearl harbor
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Jose Amaral Jr
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Many of the rare old plane are in display here and many of them are still operational. Got to see many of the war era planes not going to mention names cus I'll probably get them wrong. I see there will be an air show coming up in May 2014 hoping to make it out. If you are in the area definitely check out the place
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Thierry CONQ
reviewed 7 months ago
If you are a true fan of aviation, you have to go to this museum. Lots of planes, lots of memories. Planes of fame staff are doing a wonderful job to keep the planes into flyable state or to offer them a new life. A must see !
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Ed Parsons
reviewed a year ago
Interesting selection of aircraft in a working museum come scrapyard! One for the real enthusiast, highlight the airworthy P38 Lighting, and collection of rare WWII German and Japanese aircraft.
Dave Huhta
reviewed 5 months ago
This is a world-class aviation museum. Lots of rare, "only known example" type of exhibits. And most stuff is in flyable condition. Nice collection of stuff stored out on the tarmac, as well. If you're an avgeek, leave the nonbelievers at home, you're going to be a while. 5+
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reverend smith
reviewed a year ago
If you're into planes, particularly World War II era planes, cancel your Disneyland ticket and reserve a day here. You can just stroll around on your own or take a tour. You may see a crew of volunteers restoring one of the only existing flying wing planes. You may even hit on a day when they take it for a flight. There's a roof full of carrier based aircraft in a hanger made to resemble the lower flight deck of the USS Enterprise WWII carrier. The B-17 bomber you see out front is usually staffed by docents, often some actual crewmen of this plane (now in their later years so don't wait too long). They have Vietnam era prop and jet planes, observation planes, planes from every side of every conflict. If you are hard core, find out when their next air show is. Bring your camera, a chair and sunglasses and hat. You won't regret it.
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Carlo Martin Barrantes
reviewed 4 years ago
A genuine museum within the San Bernardino County. This is a truly a nice find to bring the family and see the several airplanes on display. Most of the planes on display are operational. The guides are very personable and helpful.


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