A place that completely exceeded expectations!
We stayed for four hours since we entered the door. There was really no time to watch the giant screen movie anymore, and we left with a little regret. It's all kinds of airplanes. It's even better if you go there on the day of BlueAngels' performance. You can't stay for a whole day. It is recommended to check on the website for any special circumstances and whether there is a flight show during planning. We temporarily arranged to see the announcement on the website one night in advance to start the security check upgrade the next afternoon, which may cause the admission time to be extended, and the blue sky envoy will not be there this month.
Remember that we should enter from the west gate of the museum. We did not pay attention to this problem. We were taken to the east gate by GPS and commanded by soldiers at the gate.
The tour generally includes: main deck, second deck, hangar bay one, and you can also get a ticket at the front desk and go to the apron to watch the plane (departs on the hour, no lunch break)
The service staff are many volunteer old veterans, the explanation is very detailed and full of passion
In short, it is worth visiting, oh forget to mention, all are free, you may wish to make some donations on site
The local landmark buildings have strict security checks. The urban area used to be driven for a while. The content of the museum is very good. A lot of knowledge is very interesting. The commentators are veterans of the navy and are very distinctive.
The world's largest aviation museum-Pensacola National Naval Aviation Museum Pensacola Naval Aviation Museum is located in Florida, the United States, is the world's largest aviation museum. Attracting military fans and technology enthusiasts from all over the world, there are more than 150 military aircrafts and various aero engines in the museum. In order to make the audience more intuitive, the engines are sectioned and the structure is unobstructed. The museum has an indoor area of more than 30,000 square meters and an outdoor exhibition area of 15 hectares. It is also the most visited museum in Florida. The museum is the epitome of the history of the development of science and technology in the United States National Navy. Here you can see military aircrafts of various periods, huge models, and complex mechanical accessories. For military and technology enthusiasts, it is simply paradise. Every exhibit is He is the leader of science and technology, the momentum of that kind of giant is quite shocking, and I have to admire the tremendous changes that technology has brought to mankind. There are a large number of exhibits outdoors. The fighter planes that dazzled the blue sky are quietly standing on the lawn today. The spirit of the year has not diminished. Military fans will not forget to take a photo in front of their favorite exhibits. Door ticket price: Free Opening hours: Saturday-Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm
A place that only locals can take you in. It tells the history of the U.S. Air Force and the Navy. It contains the history of the First World War, World War II, and the Vietnam War. It is a local landmark.
There are many record models of Meihai airplanes. It is worth visiting if you like airplanes.
Went with Brother in law and sister as he is retired Army. Absolutely wonderful museum. Unfortunate not open to public right now.
I have taken many people through this museum. COVID-19 has restricted some activities, but most are open. Awesome gift shop. If you like Naval Aviation history, you will love this place.
Open only to active duty personnel and Veterans, DOD card holders, this place never disappoints. You could spend hours and still not see everything. However some displays are secured or roped off due...
Pretty neat museum. Lost of planes to check out. Don’t’ forget to check out the exhibits in Hanger Bay One.
There are a bunch of displays, and the place is really fun. Lots for history or military buffs. My fiance and I always enjoy walking through and looking at all the exhibits.