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Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum

28210 W Park Hwy, Ashland, NE 68003-3525
+1 402-944-3100
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If you want up close and personal with historic military aircraft, this is the place

The B-25, B-17, B-29, B-36, B-47, B-58, B-52 and the B-1... a roll call of strategic military... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Chicago, Illinois
Average museum

One of the smaller air museums we have visited. Was a disappointment after being at larger... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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The Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum is a museum focusing on aircraft and nuclear missiles of the U. S. Air Force. The objective of the Museum is to preserve and display historic aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and provide STEM education sessions to the young generation. The Museum is a $29.5 million, 300,000-square-foot (28,000 m2) building that features a glass atrium, two aircraft display hangars, a traveling exhibit area, a children's interactive gallery, a 200-seat theater, a museum store, an aircraft restoration gallery, and a snack bar. The glass atrium is constructed of 525 glass panels that encase a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. The Museum hosts regular travel exhibitions and several special events throughout the year. The Museum's Education Department is committed to fueling the curiosity of children across the Midwest and to educating them in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Regular STEM sessions, workshops and camp programs are available at the Museum.
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
28210 W Park Hwy, Ashland, NE 68003-3525
+1 402-944-3100
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The B-25, B-17, B-29, B-36, B-47, B-58, B-52 and the B-1... a roll call of strategic military aircraft that has brought us from WWII to today. There are other essential aircraft to see (SR-71, U2, B-45, Vulcan, F-111, F-86, F-4, XF-85, etc) and many other...More

Thank anthstep
Reviewed 3 days ago

One of the smaller air museums we have visited. Was a disappointment after being at larger facilities, that didn't charge admission fees. I personally felt was overpriced for the displays.

Thank buckeyeblazer
Reviewed 5 days ago

As soon as you walk through the door and meet the SR-71 face to face (literally staring down at you) the idea that all you are going to do is look at a few planes is shattered. The museum of course has an impressive collection...More

Thank scottalancorbett
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a must see for any visitor. The aircraft collection is incredible, and very well displayed in two massive hangars. The history of the SAC is well documented in the two theatres. The museum was undergoing done upgrades so a number of facilities were...More

Thank Roger B
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is wonderful and historical. They are improving it daily...always working on something. Make sure you visit the Holocaust area...it will really make you think about what is happening in the world today and how one person with evil intent can change the lives...More

Thank Susan S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I was in the Air Force and thought this museum would be an interesting attraction. Was disappointing in almost all aspects. They have some displays out front, some of which have no description. There is a nice display upon entering the building, which was almost...More

Thank Booperskp
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were excited to take our kiddos, but were actually disappointed. At the black hole exhibit, close to half of their learning activities had either out-of-order signs, or just didn't work. Many other things were not working in the facility (the lower drinking fountain, the...More

Thank NEWendy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was my husband's pick. It was incredible. So many of our relatives have been involved in World War II and Viet Nam and in military service throughout our lifetime. We were able to see first hand and in movie form the planes they flew...More

Thank Oldtravellers50
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This museum is located half way between Omaha and Lincoln. Entrance to the museum is $6 per person. They have nice unique collection of some of the aircraft. Top aircraft in that museum are SR-71, U-2, RAF Avro Vulcan, B-36J, XF-85 Goblin, and MiG-21 which...More

Thank McTravelalot
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Incredible and mind blowing display of us Air Force planes that have been used in WWII and throughout the Cold War. I also appreciated the small holocaust exhibit they had on sight. Puts a lot of things in perspective. Also, they have flight simulators available...More

Thank Parabola
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26 December 2015|
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Response from Katerina_Pickup | Property representative |
Hello! The Museum has a small cafe called "Plane Foods" where you can get pizza (Valentino's), pretzels, sandwiches, cookies, and drinks. Ashland (which is about 3 minutes from the Museum) has a cafe called Cheri Os and a... More
17 April 2015|
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Response from Shirley V | Reviewed this property |
Probably the only way is a taxi but may be cheaper to rent a car. It is just off I -80 so very easy to get to. But is several miles from Onaha depending where you are in the city.
17 April 2015|
Response from Katerina_Pickup | Property representative |
Unfortunately, unless you get a cab, there is no public bus route that comes to the Museum.