National Museum of the US Air Force

1100 Spaatz Street
937-255-3286

About Us:

Welcome to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Prepare to have a high-flying time at the world's largest and oldest military aviation museum! Whether you are an educator looking for a STEM connection or a youth group leader or family looking for fun aerospace activities, we have a variety of programs to meet your needs. Because we want your visit to be the best it can be, we encourage you to review all the materials in this section carefully before your visit to familiarize yourself and your group or family with what the museum has to offer.


Reviews

Sai Vemu

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Friday, Dec. 29, 2017

This is wonderland for people interested in aviation. There is a lot to explore and learn. The volunteers are very nice to everyone. All the exhibits are well maintained and curated. The one place in Dayton I'd recommend going back to multiple times. Takes a minimum of a day to explore the museum in its entirety. If you are like me then maybe 3 days :-)

Joseph Dutko

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Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018

Fantastic, this is such an incredible display of man's desire to to reach the sky for good and for deterrence. Unfortunately our trip was truncated due to a total base power failure, however what we did see was awesome and we intend to come back to see what we missed. This place is full of eye candy and stirs the emotion & memories of veterans from which ever era they served. This is a whole family attraction as everyone will be looking about as every part is full of air history, you'll gape at the wild and incredible diversity of machines that flew for our country. Even if you're not an air enthusiast, you'll enjoy this special museum.

Mike Schubert

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Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018

What a wonderful piece of History all together in one building. Don't let the building fool you they have so much stuff to discover inside make sure that you plan enough time to get through all of the exhibits. If you want to be able to go through at a moderate pace and at least be able to look at everything plan and minimum 5 hours or so. However if you want to read all of the placards and signs and tidbits of History throughout the building you can spend much much longer on site. Oh by the way did I mention it's all free!

Rudolph Bescherer, Jr.

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Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017

If you have ever looked up into the sky with awe, and definitely if you have ever held a cyclic, collective, yoke, stick, or aircraft throttle this museum is a must see. The collection of former Air Force One aircraft is incredible. The spaceflight collection is a priceless part of our national and planetary heritage. The vintage warplanes can teach many future generations about the hard work required to preserve peace and security.

james myers

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Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017

Go 4 or 5 times a year. Always something new to learn each time you go. Free admission and free scooter if you need one to ride instead of walking. Presidents planes and rocket exhibit is great. You can walk through the presidents planes and see what it was like. Definitely a must for any family.