Explore The World’s Largest Collection Of World War II Aircraft At The Palm Springs Air Museum In Southern California

If you love history and flying, then the Palm Springs Air Museum is for you. At this living history museum, you can actually sit in the cockpit of an aircraft and go on a ride in a vintage Warbird from World War II. With tours lead by former veterans who actually flew these aircraft, it’s a hands-on experience that will take you right back to a pivotal point in history.

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The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with tickets available online and at the door. Adult tickets are $19.50 each. Tickets for seniors, retired military, and children ages 13-17 are $17.50 each.

Would you like to take a ride on a vintage aircraft? Find booking information on the museum’s website and learn about all of the different programs available. Don’t forget to visit the Facebook page to get interesting tidbits of aircraft information.

Address: 745 N Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs, CA 92262, USA