What Kind of Antique Airplanes?
Stroll through the buildings. A number of the aircraft are the only surviving examples of their type. One of our favorites is the N9MB Flying Wing. Mark has always loved "wings". We donated a small amount of money to this project years and years ago and got to see it fly on its maiden flight after complete restoration.
You can see planes fly at their monthly events, but you'll see lots in the air at the airshow. The Chino Air Show draws visiting aircraft as well as spectators, so you may see up to 50 aircraft flying throughout the day.
They are dedicated to keeping these historic aircraft flying and sharing their collection with the public. On many weekends you can see a all kinds of interesting groupings of old warbirds flying.
Where is the Museum?
The museum is open 9-5 everyday except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Check their website for driving directions.
They have a sister facility in Arizona. On your way to the Grand Canyon National Park, stop in to see the Planes of Fame at the Grand Canyon Valle Airport.
I don't know about flying IN any of them... but Planes of Fame is a great place to find lots of antique airplanes and see them fly.
Find 'em, See 'em, Fly,'em! And have a great flight!
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