My husband is a helicopter pilot and Army veteran so of course this was a great place for us, but I think visitors of all ages can find something interesting at this gem of a museum. I enjoyed the section on women in aviation, the paintings of balloons used to track troops in the Civil War, and the many items... 更多
HAMM is located in the old terminal of Tyler Pounds Field. It is the home to some historic airplanes that have served in a multitude of capacities throughout aviation history. You will find the staff to be very accommodating and its a great place to take the family. Older adults can re-live some past memories as well!
Cheap admission. Self guided tour on the inside you can spend as much time as you want doing. It's the whole history of aviation, a lot of it military, and even space aviation (NASA). The outside part is a guided tour of some planes and helicopters parked on the tarmac. There's a cafe inside too if you're so inclined. There... 更多
To escape from the Texas heat we took a chance on this little museum. Unique collection of real artifacts in simple displays easy to understand for young and old. The docent escorted us to the adjacent tarmac to see about a dozen jets and helicopters on display. Glad we went to see what this had and learned about the people... 更多
My husband and I went there on a couples getaway and what a wonderful find!! This is a historical treasure of a HUGE collection from all kinds of War, Aviation, NASA, Texas, etc. I would suggest that if you are a hustory buff, you get there early, because there is SO MUCH to look at!!! The people there are great... 更多
Be sure to not enter the airport drive to the terminal. The Museum is located at the base of the control tower, open Tue - Sat 10-4. There is a restaurant there but only open 10-2. Museum hours are 10-4. Admission $5/adult, $4 seniors. The display is a little disorganized, it does not follow a geographic or year pattern, almost... 更多
Great museum for the airplane history buff. On the small side, but informative. Has a really good restaurant attached with good food and friendly people.
Did not realize so many texans were involved in aviation in the wars. Great planes out side .Staff very friendly and knowledgeable Very well done with history and displays inside .worth a visit
We just love to visit museums, and air museums are some of our favorites. Now, in Tyler, TX, you don't expect a Smithsonian quality museum, or even a Boeing level museum (in Seattle), but this was a very good museum. It has some wonderful memorabilia donated by quite a few local Texans, and was a nice story on the history... 更多
I thought this would be a quick stop since it was so quaint. Boy was I wrong! We could have spent the day in this place & enjoy it all. Outside exhibits have to have a guide. The price was very affordable. The exhibits included some voice recordings from veterans of various wars, written stories explaining the display of describing... 更多