March Field Museum, Riverside California

The March Field Air Museum is located just southeast of downtown Riverside, California, adjacent to March Field (today’s March Air Reserve Base). March Field Air Museum features 84 historic aircraft and extensive exhibits and static displays relating to military aviation and the central role of March Field in its development. A major focus of the collections and exhibits is the history March Field itself, the West Coast’s oldest continuously operated military airfield, and a birthplace of the modern United States Air Force
March Field Air Museum is a nonprofit educational institution, dedicated to promoting an understanding of humanity’s passion for flight and March Field’s pivotal role in the development of aviation. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the museum is rated the #1 Attraction in Riverside by TripAdvisor. Displayed aircraft range from a full scale replica of the 1903 Wright Flyer (which launched powered flight worldwide), to the world’s fastest manned air-breathing aircraft (the SR-71 Blackbird) and a modern MQ-1 Predator (remotely piloted aircraft), to early examples of military aircraft, and some of America’s most iconic military planes including the World War II B-17 Flying Fortress, B-29 Super-fortress and a Vietnam era B-52 Strato-fortress. (credit march field museum)

Location

March Field Air Museum
22550 Van Buren Blvd (at I-215)
Riverside, CA 92518
Tel: 951.902.5123

Admission

$10.00 Adult/Youth ages 12+
$5.00 Ages 5-11
children under 5 FREE
Museum Members FREE
Active-duty Military, National Guard and Reserves personnel FREE with current ID (year-round)

Openings hours

Museum and Museum Store open Tuesday-Sunday 9 am-5 pm
Contact:  events@marchfield.org

Website

https://www.MarchField.org







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