Five tips about Kissimmee Air Museum in Florida

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Five tips about Kissimmee Air Museum in Florida

dorla from UK says:
This Museum is a little off the well trodden tourist track of WDW and Universal but for a short visit is well worth the entrance fee. It is obviously a labour of love by the enthusiasts who run it and they have a hangar with some interesting displays plus a small well considered exhibit of the aerial war with Japan during World War II. We weren’t able to take a flight in a Warbird – that will be on the list for the next visit.
Michael H from Burke, Virginia says:
If you love these aircraft you get t o see them up close and a wonderful day trip that will bring back memories for older folks but provide new memories for the young.
moges61 from Elkhorn, Wisconsin says:
I saw this in Trip Advisor and we decided to stop in. The cost was well worth the visit. The WWll information was very good and the planes were very cool. We did not have time to fly but you could pay and go for a ride in an old Military plane, we did see two planes take off together. It was really cool. We enjoyed our visit here and the history lesson was great.
Bill Z from Winnipeg, Canada says:
Stumbled onto this museum but what a revelation. The owners and operators have not only an affinity for the warbirds of World War II but also have the skills and professional attitude necessary in keeping these rare aircraft flying. During my visit, I had a chance to talk to some of the workers and sensed that they had a passion for what they were doing. At various times, P-51 Mustangs, B-17s and B-24s have come through restoration at this remarkable facility.
Frank d from Winston Salem, North Carolina says:
This place is relatively small (looks just like a normal sized hangar), but it has lots and lots of information especially about the Second World War. There are excellent displays with chronology, dates, photos, and artifacts from the different military conflicts. You can even get to fly a World War II Texan AT-6, one of the primary trainers of that era. There’s also a very nice souvenir shop.

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