We decided to go because mu husband dream to see the biggest wood airplane in the world and because was rainy. But everyone had a lot fun and a lot information, everybody in the museum are very helpful.
We had a great docent who explained some of the exhibits. He was really knowledgeable and fun to be with. There are 2 buildings so plan on seeing both. The displays are well done. This is a great place to stop.
Plenty of planes and plane parts packed inside; a handful of space related items; a ridiculously extensive model collection - almost certainly the largest in the world by a single modeller. Links to Oregon/PNW via stories of individual pilots and some very, very passionate-about-their-museum staff. Very quiet the day we visited, so we were shown around personally by one of... 更多
On the fringe of the Eugene Airport is this gem of a museum. All sorts of aviation history is present from clothing, pictures, and model airplanes to the real thing. What makes this place unique is that every visitor/group gets a personal tour from a volunteer who most likely is a veteran of the Air Force. Our guide was extremely... 更多
We have traveled all over the world, and I would still count this as one of my top picks for museums/educational facilities. Cape Canaveral and the Smithsonian Air and Space area were interesting, but there is much more history, and many more stories to be told at the Oregon Air and Space Museum. Even if you are not an aviation... 更多
fascinating aerospace displays and history. excellent docents. A bit pricey but acceptable with a AAA discount. If possible spend most... 更多