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Moffett Field Historical Society Museum

Severyns Ave., Building 126, Mountain View, CA 94035-0016
+1 650-964-4024
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We enjoyed our visit to Moffet Field, the docents were all very knowledgeable and quite nice. It... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago

It's open! We loved it! The people working here know their history. There's a lot of things to read... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2017
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Severyns Ave., Building 126, Mountain View, CA 94035-0016
+1 650-964-4024

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoyed our visit to Moffet Field, the docents were all very knowledgeable and quite nice. It was 104 degrees the day we went, they aren't used to the weather, but one of the gentleman was kind enough to go outside so that my husband...More

1  Thank Cardzfan1
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

It's open! We loved it! The people working here know their history. There's a lot of things to read and see.

1  Thank emilyanderiksmom
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Sad to hear this at the gate today when I went to visit. I was really looking forward to seeing this. We were given no details about when it would open again.

2  Thank Victoria K
Reviewed 23 March 2017 via mobile

Tried to visit this museum today (March 2017) but was told on the entry to Moffett Field that it's closed indefinitely. No other details were given. Well worth emailing or calling in advance to see if it's open before going.

2  Thank mdbloomfield
Reviewed 6 March 2017

The location of the museum is quite brilliant on its own: It is on the NASA owned and operated Moffett Field. The museum is in the far back of the Field, right next to Hangar One. You can park right next to the museum. Some...More

1  Thank Rosaliiie
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

My husband and dad thoroughly enjoyed this museum. The memorabilia and photographs are fascinating, and the docents really know their stuff.

Thank Alice W
Reviewed 23 October 2016

The museum is not big showcasing many old photos of this place back in early 1900's. It has a aircraft inside where you got to try to sit in the cockpit as if you are the pilot. the outdoor view of the Moffett is spectacular...More

Thank Geminican
Reviewed 25 August 2016

My husband retired from Moffett 26 years ago and loved it. He enjoyed seeing all the displays and telling me about the various things he had done. The volunteers were full of information.

Thank 13betty
Reviewed 14 July 2016

A look at Navy airships, army and Navy aircraft from the 1930s to today. The museum has lots and lots of documented history on Moffett field and the docents are extremely knowledgable and anxious to make sure you have a great time and get every...More

2  Thank Charles S
Reviewed 8 May 2016

I'm not from the US, so my perspective on the whole "veterans" thing is quite different as I don't feel neither gratitude or admiration for their service. With that said, I truly enjoyed talking to some of them at this small museum. They are very...More

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24 November 2015|
Response from BrittB611 | Reviewed this property |
Since I don't know if it was the first NASA Research Center, you may find that info in the internet. If not, how about calling them?