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    Outstanding displays and great staff. The collection assembled here is superb, and I loved reading the information on the history of the specific aircraft. I’d absolutely go back again.

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    I was referred here by a friend, who said that it would “take my breath away” and give me goosebumps. It did!The Flying Heritage Collection (FHC) is a relatively small collection of WII planes and artifacts. Tanks, rockets, pistols, AA guns, anti-tank guns and more fill two well designed buildings. The collection itself is stunning – not only because it has a slew of rare WWII planes and vehicles, but also because many of them still run and are flyable! Incredible.Parking is ample, the gift shop small and quite, employees incredibly helpful and friendly. There is a schedule of flying events, so be sure to look online before you visit. My thanks to all who work and volunteer their time there – and to Paul Allen for gathering and maintaining such an incredible collection of history. If you’re a WWII or plane buff, you’ve got to go to the Flying Heritage Collection!

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    Very Impressive, one of the best air museums I have ever been to. Most of these aircraft have the original engines too, especially the ones that are airworthy. The FW 190 D-13 is my favorite, whether they ever choose to fly it or keep it on display.

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    This is a fantastic collection of WW2 war planes, 2 tanks and a flack gun. Talk about the planes that you won't see anywhere else in the world. All of the planes shown are flight worthy, and will be flown this coming spring, the only 2 planes that won't fly are the FW190 Dora 13 and the Japanese Army "Zero" since they are the only planes of its kind in existence… Well worth the $7 for an unforgettable experience

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    A little different from most “museums”, but clean (You could eat off the floor). the Docents are knowledgable and knowing that every plane on exhibit also flies is impressive. This is a must see for WWII aircraft.