About Palm Springs Air Museum
Come for the History . . . . Stay for the Fun! The Palm Springs Air Museum is a non-profit educational institution and home to one of the world’s largest collections of flyable WWII Airplanes. In addition to flying aircraft, related artifacts, artwork and library sources are used to perpetuate American history. The significance of WWII is unparalleled in all of the history of the world in that it was the greatest, most costly conflict ever fought, taking the lives of more than 70 million people. It was Air Power that altered the outcome of that war and forever changed the lives of every person alive today.
During your visit to the Air Museum you can enjoy: 27 Flyable Warbirds, Vintage car collection, Tour through a flyable B-17 bombe, Watch a movie in the Buddy Rogers Theater or Test your skill on flight simulators
745 N Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs, California
Hours of Operation: 10-5 everyday
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