“Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame”
The Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame is the only exclusively aviation-related organization chartered by the General Assembly of the State of Georgia. In recognition of its importance to the State, the Georgia Legislature passed House Bill 110 creating the organization, which was formally signed into law by Govenor Joe Frank Harris on 19 April 1989. The Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame is established in the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, which is one of the fastest growing military aviation museums in the Southeastern United States.
While there is a donation box in the main building, admission is free. Hours aren't listed on Roadtrippers so put them below. They have a snack bar, but the hours are pretty limited, selling lunch items, from 11AM-2PM.
My wife and I stopped here while travelling from Atlanta to Savannah. It's a bit of a detour but well worth the visit if you like aircraft and/or military history. In addition to several hangers filled with planes, there are many other interesting exhibits.
The picture on the listing isn't current as there is another large hanger to the left of the one in the back. This houses display aircraft as well the many they are working on restoring. We got to talk to a couple of retired gentleman that were working the restoration of a 50's era helicopter. They were very accommodating, explaining about the museum, where they get the planes, and current states of the various restorations.
Monday - Saturday 9:30am to 5:00pm
Sunday Noon to 5:00pm
This place was incredible! We were in awe in just how many planes this place had. Its a must see.
Great muti-building and outside display aircraft museum. Something for everyone.
Amazing museum if you are an aviation lover this is the place to visit. It’s big and free so much to see. Plan to be there for two hours at least.
This museum is huge. It’s free so that is something to know before coming. They have a gift shop and proceeds go to the museum. They have numerous hangars with different presentations. While we were there, the crew was busy fixing some of the aircraft and continuing to improve the facilities. A few veterans behind the desk and walking about, truly was a great touch. Thank you gentleman and women for you service. It’s definitely worth the trip if you around the area.
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Museum of Aviation
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Mon - Sat: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
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