The museum represents the American experience of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Step into this 40,000 square foot museum and enter a world of sweetheart pillows, ration books, “V Mail”, Mothers Flags, Victory Puzzles and numerous other items that represent the home front during times of war. Among a large collection of airplanes and equipment, visitors will experience the thrill of seeing two of only a few remaining Curtiss P-40 World War II fighter airplanes left in the world; and a very rare World War II P-51C razorback Mustang fighter airplane. Compare their technologies with the museum’s World War I Dr-1 Fokker Tri-Plane replica German fighter airplane and the D-7 German fighter airplane. View survival gear, equipment, a link trainer and a Norden Bombsight.Step through the Berlin Wall into the Cold War Era and see a Korean War era F-86 Saber Jet; a Korean War era Mig 17; and a Vietnam era Huey Helicopter. There are cabinets filled with personal memorabia from veterans of the Korean War, Vietnam War, and Air America. Watch select historical films shown on the various flat screen TV’s placed throughout the museum. Experience the race for space at the Space Center area.
Southwestern Idaho, W. of Boise
I-84 - Exit Garrity Blvd. - Travel SW for approx. 1 mile. - Turn South on 39th Street - Travel to stop sign and cross Airport Rd. - Turn right into parking lot.
Tues - Sat. 10 - 5; Sun. 11-4 Closed Mondays
Adults, $10; Seniors(65+),$8; Military W/ID, $8 Children 5-12yrs, $4
Gift Shop, Handicap Access, Motor Coach Parking, Parking, Restrooms