“fly on in & see us”
Fly in to the back door or plan a visit to the Fargo Air Museum to see our array of historic Warbirds, EAA 317's Merlin GT restoration project, the EAA Wright flyer, an aerobatic Pitts Special, FW 190, radio-controlled aircraft and other rotating aircraft exhibits on display! In the late 1990’s, a group of local military folks, agriculture pilots and international Warbird restorers were at the Fargo AirSho. After the show they realized there was a wealth of historic aircraft, knowledge and a passion for aviation, education and restoration. These folks included the late Gerry Beck, Robert Odegaard, Robert Miller, Darrol Schroeder, Alex Macdonald, Matt Butler, the late Warren Diederich and a few others. The founders developed the mission statement, developed a three-building long term plan and opened the museum’s first hangar in 2001. In 2008, the organization retired the debt on the first building and plans are now in play to build the next two buildings.
This seemed a bit pricey ($10) per person. There are two hangers of planes. Interesting but if you only have one stop you can see many of the same things in Bonanzaville.
Having a few hours to spare in Fargo, we decided to visit the air museum.
The different aircraft were a delight to see. The fact that some of these aircraft were still flown made the displays even more interesting.
Definitely a place to go if you have time in Fargo.
You can find it by the minuteman missile outside. A warning to how much damage we can do to our world.
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Fargo Air Museum
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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