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Flight Museums

Blackbird Airpark

Palmdale – Established to preserve the heritage of the Blackbird family of military aircraft. See the world’s only display of a Lockheed SR-71A together with its predecessor A-12, along with the once ultra-secret D-21 drone and the only remaining U-2 “D” model in the world. Read More

Flight Path Museum & Flight Path Walk of Fame

Los Angeles – Educational museum on the airfield at LAX. Exhibits include commercial aviation history, flight crew uniforms, DC-3 plane, space exploration, Flying Tigers, aircraft fire fighting truck, plus a flight simulation training program. Also check out the Flight Path Walk of Fame, a pathway of 50+ plaques dedicated to aviation/aerospace pioneers located on Sepulveda Blvd. in Westchester. Read More

Joe Davies Heritage Airpark

Palmdale – See 21 retired military aircraft on static display, plus a 1/8 scale model of the B-2 Spirit, an AGM-28 Hound Dog Missile, a B-52, a C-46, and various aircraft components. Admission to the park is free. Read More

Lyon Air Museum

Santa Ana – Located on the west side of John Wayne Airport. Exhibits feature authentic aircraft, rare vehicles and related memorabilia from the World War II era. Special exhibits and events, such as Open Cockpit Day, are held throughout the year. Read More

March Field Air Museum

Riverside – Over 80 historic aircraft and more than 30,000 individual artifacts are on display. See attack, bomber, cargo, fighter aircraft and even a spy plane. Special events are held throughout the year, including Up-Close Aircraft Days and their annual air show (scheduled for May 14-15, 2022). Read More

Museum of Flying

Santa Monica – Located at Santa Monica airport, the museum exhibits over 50 vintage aircraft. See the California Aviation Hall of Fame, which displays images and artifacts of aviation visionaries. MaxFlight simulator rides are also offered. Read More

Planes of Fame Air Museum

Chino – Home to nearly 100 aircraft, military vehicles, and artifacts spanning the earliest days of aviation. Live demonstration flights are scheduled throughout the year, plus the annual Planes of Fame Air Show (scheduled for October 30-31, 2021). Read More

San Diego Air & Space Museum

San Deigo – One of the world’s premier air and space-themed science centers and museum with more than 120 aircraft and space vehicles and two million artifacts on display. Camps, workshops, preschool programs, and Pilot Ground School are offered.Read More

Western Museum of Flight

Torrance – Educational programs allow children to see and touch airplanes that made aviation history. The museum collection includes Warbirds, aircraft and target drones, aircraft engines, ejection seats, World War II instruments and an extensive model aircraft collection. Read More

Yanks Air Museum

Chino – Yanks Air Museum hosts one of the world’s largest aircraft collections. Home to legends like the P-20 Warhawk and the F-86 Sabre. Special events held throughout the year including open cockpits to explore, aircraft to jump out of, photo ops, food, fun, and flights. Read More