The Museum is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays

Admission to the museum and WestPac Restorations will only be available through Docents guided 1:45 to 2:00 hour tours with start times at: 10:00 a.m., Noon and 2:00 p.m.

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Space is limited, reservations are recommended.



Pearl Harbor

This is a rare opportunity to hear firsthand about a piece of history that was so important to our country.

This August 1st, Don Stratton (One of the nine remaining U.S.S. Arizona survivors) will share some of his memories of that December morning, when, at age 19, he’d just finished eating breakfast and walked out onto Arizona’s bow.

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755 Aviation Way, Colorado Springs, CO 80916


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Our Mission :

The National Museum of World War II Aviation will provide unique educational experiences that promote a deeper understanding of the historical importance of American aviation in World War II and its role in shaping the world in which we live.

The Museum does this to preserve and strengthen the best traditions of the American aviation past and inspire new generations of leaders and innovators in the future.

Commemorating Our Home Town Heroes :

The National Museum of World War II Aviation has created a unique opportunity to remember the unselfish service of our World War II era veterans and celebrate the contributions of the hundreds of thousands of people who made victory in World War II possible through a virtual commemorative wall.

Our goal is to honor these people and help reconnect families and friends of the millions of Americans and allied partners at the homefront who supported and thus played a pivotal role in winning World War II through their extraordinary efforts.  Review more information

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