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Yanks Air Museum houses one of the largest and most historically significant collections of American aircraft including the World War II fighters, dive and torpedo bombers. The aircraft collection begins with the 1903 Wright Flyer (only replica in...more
I visited the museum late in the morning on a weekday. I was the only customer there, so I pretty much had the entire facility to myself. There is the vintage prop hanger and a more modern jet and helicopter hanger. Both are filled with...More
Th is a great place to spent a few hours learning a lot about aviation history. There are many preserved and restored planes: from a replica of the Wright Flyer to modern jet fighters. All are set out in spacious hangars where you can get...More
This place needs better advertising! We found it almost by accident, and it turned out to be one of my favorite aerospace museums I've been to...and I've been to a lot of them. It's definitely worth the drive from LA. It had a very good...More
If you are an aviation fan your are in luck as there are 2 independent museums at this airport. Yank's opens and closes an hour before Planes Of Fame so start here. Hours are 9 am to 4 pm.
I have visited many air museums...More
Having toured both Chino air museums in the past couple of years, I made a second visit to Yanks on a Tuesday afternoon. Very quiet on a weekday so you pretty much have the place to yourself to explore at leisure. Both museums are fantastic...More
I was pleasantly surprises on the tour of the Yanks Air Museum. Do the tour in chronologic order to see the evolution of aviation. There is also a restoration area and outdoor exhibits. If you can there are sometimes docent tours which are very informative.
Photos can be trying as planes are squeezed close together. Your photography skills will be put to the test.
Some very rare aircraft in the collection make a visit to this museum worthwhile. Aircraft are well represented from all ages (from a Wright Flyer replica...More
While visiting relative in LA, I spent a Saturday afternoon wandering through this extensive collection. A great way to see finely engineered (and now well-restored) machines up close. I especially liked the detailed description of each craft--that plane's manufacturer and/or architect, the goals behind the...More