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Planes of Fame Air Museum, Williams

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  • Went today and it was a wonderful experience, plenty planes and a great tour guide. Rare planes, rare exhibit items, and nice building. Not only did it cover both world wars and commercial flight... 
    Went today and it was a wonderful experience, plenty planes and a great tour guide. Rare planes, rare exhibit items, and nice building. Not only did it cover both world wars and commercial flight...  more »
  • A lot of real historic planes. A Okra kamikaze, a BF 109 and McArthurs private Constellation. Absolute great museum. 
    A lot of real historic planes. A Okra kamikaze, a BF 109 and McArthurs private Constellation. Absolute great museum.  more »
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  • Officially closed, Thank God we met Jeff outside and with Larry, he gave us a great tour. They let us go into several planes and had patience for all of our questions. Highly advised. They plan on opening it up for official tours starting this summer. (To note, it's a great way to break up your drive from Flagstaff to the Grand canyon)
  • My first time to the planes of Fame Museum in Arizona. Saw quite a few aircraft that I've never seen up close before. But I never expected to see a aircraft with 3rd Marine Air Wing markings where I was stationed right next to a A7 Corsair with tail markings from my brother's Squadron in China Lake. What a coincidence to have two aircraft side by side one for my brother's Squadron one from my Squadron when we were in the service 30 years ago. Take the tram tour as the guys are very helpful and informational on every aircraft that we asked about. And if you see one that catches your eye after you get off the tram you can walk over to it for closer inspection. I cannot wait to take my grandkids there along with my brother and show him the two aircraft sitting side-by-side from our squadrons.

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