Museums

Museum of Aviation Warner Robins

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Museum of Aviation
GA Highway 247 at Russell Parkway
Warner Robins
GA
31099
Tel: 478 926 6870

Directions

The Museum of Aviation is located near the Robins Air Force Base. From I-75, head east taking exit 144, on the Russell Parkway and exit onto GA Hwy 247. Turn right and after less than a mile south, you will find the museum on your left.

Where are we going today?

Get those wings ready, because today we're flying down to the Museum of Aviation for all things aviation! Perfect for those kids and families who love all things aircraft, this fascinating museum has over 90 actual aircraft for kids to get up close to, as well as hundreds of exhibits all ready to be enjoyed and learnt from.

The Eagle building, which is shaped like the US Forces insignia, is where you go to enjoy the exhibits, the archives, as well as the very amazing aircrafts.

Have you ever seen a F-15 Eagle with your own eyes? Or been close to a WWII aircraft? The Museum of Aviation is your chance!

There are so many amazing aircraft for kids to experience. From attack aircrafts including the Cessna "Dragonfly" and the Douglas "Invader", to bombers like the Boeing "superfortress" and Douglas "Destroyer", the museum really does have a great collection. 

Want more aircraft? How about helicopters, missiles, fighters and cargo? It's a great learning experience for kids with the exhibits on the Vietnam War, Korean War as well as WWII.  

Kids want something more during their visit? There are two scavenger hunts that they can complete as they walk around, so they can really learn about all the amazing facts of the aircrafts and the history of the war.  Who can learn the most? Well kids, that’s up to you - better get going! 

Sound exciting? Best get a flying start on you family day out to the Museum of Aviation, because there is lots to take in! 

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How much does it cost?

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When can we go?

9am to 5pm daily.

All year round, but closed Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day

Teachers corner

What an amazing place for kids to learn! The museum have flight simulators, young astronauts day, homeschooling days, and they operate STEM and history focused programs for those over 4. Just give them a call to discuss the programs and your tour! .

I'm Hungry!

The cafe is closed on Sundays, but for all the other days you can enjoy your lunch on the observation deck! There are lunch specials and box lunches, and even breakfast is served on weekdays! Call ahead for the box lunches. .

Any Top Tips?

You can have your birthday at the museum! The cafe will even cater for the kids! Give them a call to talk about your celebrations. .

Doing our bit

The museum do their best to allow visitors to enter for free, whilst enjoying the well preserved artifacts and aircrafts on display. If you want to donate, they will always be appreciative! .

Need a little extra help?

Everyone should be able to enjoy the museum, and they can! There are manual wheelchairs available at no charge on a first come, first serve basis, and some of the buildings have accessible doors. .

Can I get one of those?

From books, clothing, patches, and toys, the Museum Shop has all things aviation for you to browse and take home! .

More information

You can book a tour that lasts about 90 minutes. Minimum group 15 and they are $3 per person, and help on Tuesdays to Saturdays. .

What people are saying?

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    Great place, the kids and grownups alike enjoyed climbing over the exhibits and being a small site it is perfect to not lose small people.

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    I have visited this museum many times over the years and it is brilliant you can climb over most of the aircraft sit in the cockpit of a Viscount or Vangard look over a Valcan or sit at the controls of a Seaking rescue helicopter or any of the other aircraft also just arived a big boy the 737-200 that will be open around Eastet

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    Brilliant little place spent 2hrs here and our plane mad son loved it! Being able to sit in the cockpits and press the buttons sets this above other museums which are look only, would return

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    Brilliant place to bring the kids -they loved climbing in and out all the different planes and playing fighter pilot - so did dad !

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    Loved the museum, staff very friendly. It's a must to go.

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