The Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona has 55,000 square-feet of historic war-time aircraft, exhibits, videos, WWII artifacts, and memorabilia. Enjoy an edu-venture and experience history like never before. Experience what it's like to ride in the Bombardier seat when you take a ride in an actual World War II airplane. View the beautiful Arizona desert scenery from the open cockpit Stearman.
As a non-profit, we maintain and fly aircraft like the B-17G "Sentimental Journey," B-25J "Maid in the Shade," as well as a SNJ, C-47 Skytrain/Dakota, C-45 Expeditor, PT-17 Stearman, and an L-16 Grasshopper. Restoration projects have included a MiG-15, Grumman Guardian, and a Sikorsky helicopter. Be sure to visit our museum gift shop. Celebrating our heritage of Freedom through Flight, Education, Exhibition and Remembrance.
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NEW Tour now available: "Behind-the-Scenes" Open Cockpit Tours
Tours Provided every Friday at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. (Size of tour groups is limited)
Tickets: $5 adult; $3 senior; and $2 child (ages 6-12) with the purchase of a regular museum admission. There is no add-on charge for Open Cockpit tours for active military or children age 5 and under. More Info.