The Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base (AFB) in Warner Robins, Georgia is the second largest museum in the United States Air Force. The “Crown Jewel” of Middle Georgia displays over 100 aircraft, missiles, flight simulators, open cockpits, and hundreds of exhibits on a magnificent 51-acre site. Drawing more than 500,000 visitors/year, the museum has grown into a very important exhibit, education, and cultural center.
- 14th Air Force Flying Tigers
- China-India-Burma “Hump Pilots”
- 483rd B-17 Bomb Group
- Brig. Gen. Robert L. Scott “God Is My Co-Pilot”
- The Tuskegee Airmen
- The 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment
- The Air Invasion of Normandy
- Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame
There are over 100 aircraft at the Museum of Aviation including fighters, bombers, cargo aircraft, helicopters and recconnaissance planes featuring:
- Very nice, a good place to spend the day! – Dragon2U – tripadvisor.com
- Incredible museum of over 90 aircraft – and it’s free! – DyersburgTraveler – tripadvisor.com
- Awesome!! – richwh – tripadvisor.com
- educational – Angela R. – judy’s book
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