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We were raised when this place was operational, Webb Air Force Base. Members of our class were responsible for the successful effort to save the structure and develop it as an air Museum. They have about 6 or 8 airplanes, each looks as though it...More
When they were dismantling Webb Air Force Base, some thoughtful, forward thinking individuals preserved its history and thank God for that. My father-in-law was stationed here in 1944. The volunteer, Martha was the best part of the visit. She was knowledgeable and provided a lot...More
This was my second time visiting this while passing through Big Spring. It is free to enter and they accept donations which makes it even more of a great find. They have the front of a B-52 bomber that you can enter from the belly...More
This museum is really neat and very well-kept! It has some cool planes including a section from a B-52 that you can climb up into! We took our little boys and made it through everything in about 45 minutes, though you could certainly spend longer...More
My husband's pilot class 68A has a 50th reunion coming up this fall. We visited Hanger 25 and now wish ALL the class could have visited together. Martha Vierra is an excellent administrator and host who offered updates on usage and ownership of buildings and...More
My husband and I decided to checked this museum during our visit to the small town of Big Spring. We were both surprised with tons of history that this museum holds. Going inside the cargo plane was a really good experience and highly recommended:-). Have...More
I never expected to see so much in one hangar. This museum is packed with history. It always makes me want to go dig up old pictures from when Webb AFB was here. Really nice place to spend an hour or so.
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Those kiddos are kinda young to appreciate the items on display, but the museum is open and spacious and nothing there they can hurt. I think they'd enjoy seeing the planes inside and outside, but I wouldn't recommend... More
Those kiddos are kinda young to appreciate the items on display, but the museum is open and spacious and nothing there they can hurt. I think they'd enjoy seeing the planes inside and outside, but I wouldn't recommend letting them climb into the B-52 cockpit, as they could tumble out backwards if not careful. If our grandchildren had been able to join us (and they're more 8-12), it would have been a great place to have Grandad illustrate his life stories with the museum props. Enjoy!