Wandering past on the way to Point Mugu Missile Park, I noticed the sign for Camarillo Airport and the CAF Museum. Being an aviation enthusiast, I noted that we had to visit this place quickly in the morning before moving on our journey. My daughter and I finally left Camarillo half an hour after the place closed with a P-51... 更多
My friend was "over the top" visiting this attraction. He was given his own private tour of the planes and was amazed how many have been restored and flown. Although I understood little of their jargon, I know this is a fabulous "Living" Museum of planes from the past. Great visit!
Family and I stopped by from seeing the signs on the freeway. It has a pretty nice display of articles and artifacts along with some pretty nice planes on display. You would never know this place existed if you didn't catch a glimpse of the signs in the city. Very knowledgeable docents that will take you inside some of the... 更多
Tour guide kept it interesting even for young children in our group. Children under 6 are free. Walking on board one of the big airplanes was fun for the children. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.
Great museum area with WWII Aircraft out on the Tarmac, conveniently near the busy Outlets. You can do a combined shopping / Air Museum day of it - or slip away for a few hous while the Mrs. is shopping. Also has fly in shows w B-29, B-17 and Mustang. Gotta go! ...
My husband wanted to see the planes since he was in the Air Force. I didn't care one way or another, but I can say it was interesting even for someone like me
I took my 16 year old son here on a random father son day and really enjoyed our visit. This museum has a tour guide that takes you around to the various wwII planes. The suggested "donation" was $10 per adult. We had James as our tour guide, he was very well informed, had a really good attitude and seemed... 更多