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Commemorative Air Force Utah Wing Museum

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Flying High in Heber City at the CAFUTAHWING Museum

I bought my husband a ride on a WWII trainer bi-plane at Russ McDonald Field in Heber City. When we... read more

Reviewed May 17, 2017
GrandmaCarolyn17
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Ogden, Utah
Great Place to Visit

The volunteers here have done an amazing job pulling together memorabilia. It is a fun place to go... read more

Reviewed September 8, 2016
Ellenov
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17 May 2017
“Flying High in Heber City at the CAFUTAHWING Museum”
17 Sep 2016
“The Flight from Hell!!!!”
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Russ McDonald Field, Heber City, UT
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Reviewed May 17, 2017

I bought my husband a ride on a WWII trainer bi-plane at Russ McDonald Field in Heber City. When we got there, we found a wonderful and unexpected gem of an Air Force Museum! It had many wonderful Air Force relics and planes from the...More

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Reviewed September 17, 2016 via mobile

I scheduled a Flight in The T-6 Texan a 30 - 40 min. Plane Ride, for my Husbands birthday, Scheduled early September, Only to be called the afternoon before flight that they had some scheduling problems if we could go to another airport later in...More

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Reviewed September 8, 2016

The volunteers here have done an amazing job pulling together memorabilia. It is a fun place to go visit while here in Heber Valley.

1  Thank Ellenov
Reviewed September 2, 2016 via mobile

We've driven by this airport many times and always admired the vintage planes outside. One day we saw the sign Commemorative Air and we had to know more. A quick Google search and we called the number. Yes, they are open Thursdays to Saturdays and...More

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Reviewed July 29, 2016 via mobile

We drove by and saw classic WWII fighter planes warming up outside. They have some great history inside. A place for older kids 's younger ones. Worth the stop & admittance.

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Reviewed September 9, 2014

The museum exists completely on donations. Artifacts are well displayed and the volunteers were very friendly. My husband decided to take ride on their 1942 Stearman and Dave (the volunteer pilot) was wonderful! The focus of this museum is WW2 but there are displays on...More

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