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What a collection of Aircraft

Great cross section of rare and historic aircraft! Wall of Fame includes many Virginia greats.

Reviewed 17 February 2012
timewarptravel
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Lynchburg, Virginia
Aviation History - close and personal

Any aviation buff should check this place. Anyone else would still find it very interesting. Lots... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2012
prountrey
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Richmond, Virginia
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12 Nov 2016
“"Go Down in Flames"”
12 Sep 2016
“Unfortunately Permanently Closed”
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5701 Huntsman Rd, Richmond International Airport, Richmond, VA 23250-2416
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Reviewed 17 February 2012

Great cross section of rare and historic aircraft! Wall of Fame includes many Virginia greats.

Thank timewarptravel
Reviewed 31 January 2012

Any aviation buff should check this place. Anyone else would still find it very interesting. Lots of hands on interactive things to do and see.

Thank prountrey
Reviewed 14 January 2012

The Virginia Aviation Museum is located on the north end of the Richmond Airport. It's a small museum, but its quality is very high. The aircraft are in excellent condition and the descriptive signage is done very well too. The interior of the museum is...More

Thank CoastalDog
Reviewed 11 December 2011

A good museum with a great collection of older between war aircraft, from the many derivations of Piper cub/Bellanca to Byrd's Antarctic aircraft. The displays are well thought out, and there are many simulators and interactive exhibits for children. Outside there is also an SR-71,...More

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Reviewed 10 December 2011

Had a couple of hours to kill before my flight. thought it was very interesting and would be god place to take the kids.

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