“The largest plane boneyard”
PLEASE NOTE: You now need to make a reservation at least ten days in advance, and you must pass security clearance. Home to the largest plane "boneyard" in the world, it's a must-see for anyone in the Tucson area. AMARG, or the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group is a joint service facility managed by the US Air Force Material Command located in the city of Tucson, AZ. Typically controlling over 4,200 aircraft, AMARG isn't just a boneyard, but a place for the military to store planes it may need for future use. A bus tour runs from the Pima Air Museum for anyone wanting a closer look at the Boneyard.
You have to go to the Pima Air Museum and sign onto the bus tour to access this place, which otherwise is (very) private property.
Security is tight but you have to risk it for the biscuit.
Drove by this, pulled off the road to take some pictures. Got yelled at by a passer by and then we went to the Air and Space Museum.
Fantastic palce, unbelievable staff, exhibits displayed better than most others. Facility no 1.
This looks awesome but it's a restricted area and you aren't allowed on the air force base. We tried #Oops you can see it from the street on the other side of the base
The Pima Air Museum makes it really really easy to get on a bus tour here:
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AMARG Plane Boneyard
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