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Flight Museums

Flight Path Museum & Learning Center

Los Angeles – Educational facility and museum on the airfield at LAX. Exhibits include commercial aviation history, flight crew uniforms, DC-3 Plane, space exploration, Flying Tigers, fire fighting vehicles, research library and historical photos, plus a flight simulation training program. Read More

Lyon Air Museum

Santa Ana – Located on the west side of John Wayne Airport. Exhibits comprised of authentic aircraft, rare vehicles and related memorabilia, with emphasis from the 20th century – World War II. See airplanes, automobiles, military motorcycles and military vehicles. Read More

March Field Air Museum

Riverside – With over 30 acres of outdoor exhibit space, and two large indoor exhibit hangars, it has the one of the largest displays of military aircraft and artifacts in Southern California. Special events are held throughout the year; school and group tours available. Read More

Museum of Flying

Santa Monica – Located at Santa Monica airport, the museum exhibits vintage aircraft (with many still in flight-ready condition), artifacts, a MaxFlight flight simulator (additional rates apply) and more. Read More

Planes of Fame Air Museum

Chino – The collection includes flying and static aircraft, military vehicles and artifacts. Aviation Discovery Center, special living-history events, air shows and educational tours are offered throughout the year. Read More

Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

Compton – Historical display of the Tuskegee Airmen, helicopter and military vehicles, and historical aircraft, plus Top Gun Flight Simulators, after-school programs and flight training. 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