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    Quite possibly the best collection of War and post war military aircraft.The prize, of course, is the B-36. A big plus is the fact that theaircraft are easily accessible and are not cordoned off by chain linkfences. One word of caution: Visit in the winter or spring. Summersin Atwater are very hot. Also, wear insect repellant as there are biting flies / mosquitos that show no mercy.

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    This museum displayed some great WWII and Cold War era relics. Most of the aircraft on display are large bombers, cargo, and transports. I was impressed with their sheer size. Airplane buffs would appreciate the B-29 Superfortress, RB-36 Peacemaker, B-52 Stratofortress, and the Avero Vulcan. There is a nice collection of fighters along with a small representation of Navy aircraft. I highly recommend spending several hours wandering thru the yard. Stop by and see it all, especially the object next to the B-36!

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    Though the place is located few miles from the freeway it is worth visiting if you have couple of hours. The only problem is that you have no shade to walk under. We visited on a day when it was soaring in mid 90s. I was sweating like anything. There were not many visitors – probably two more families apart from mine.Now about the museum. The entry fee was $10 per adult. There were about 60 aircrafts for display. Most of them were atleast 40 years old. I wonder how they have been standing in a same place since then. You just get to see them from outside on normal days. There are few days when you would get cockpit access. It would be worth visiting on those days.

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    Great Site

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    Its great place to go to check out some awesome planes. The staff is friendly and give great tours.