Showcasing one of the world’s largest collections of flying World War II warplanes, the Palm Springs Air Museum in Palm Springs, California draws thousands each month.
With a mission to “educate and honor World War II combat aircraft and the role the pilots and American citizens had in achieving this great victory,” the museums extensive, informative exhibits allow it to achieve that mission.
Located on the northeast side of the Palm Springs International Airport, the museum contains approximately 70,000 Sq. Ft. of interior display space all housed within three main display hangers.
On a daily basis the museum has 29 aircraft on display, some of them on loan from the US Navy as well as private collectors, allowing visitors a rare glimpse at historic aircrafts.
Aside from a gift shop, the museum features a cafe dubbed the Freedom Fighters Cafe, which offers up breakfast and lunch dishes.
Tickets for the museum run from $8 – $15 with children 5 and younger entering for Free.