Museum of Aviation

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Address(1)P.O. Box 2469
CityWarner Robins AFB

Exhibits - By Primary role
Attack - 'A' 1926-1947
 Douglas A-26C (Invader) Serial No: 44-35732 
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Cessna A-37A (Dragonfly) Serial No: 67-14525  
 Cessna A-37B (Dragonfly) Serial No: 67-14525 
Basic Trainer - 'BT' 1930-1947
 Vultee BT-13B (Valiant) Serial No: 42-90018 
Bomber - 'B' 1924-Present
 Boeing B-29B (Superfortress) Serial No: 44-84053 
 Boeing B-52D (Stratofortress) Serial No: 55-0085 
 Douglas WB-66D (Destroyer) Serial No: 55-392 
 Martin RB-57A (Night Intruder) Serial No: 52-1475 
 Martin WB-57F (Night Intruder) Serial No: 63-13293 
 North American B-25J (Mitchell) Serial No: 44-86872 
Fighter (USSR)
 Mikoyan-Gurevich Mig-17 (Fresco C) Serial No: 540713 
Fighter - 'F' 1948-Present
 Convair F-102A (Delta Dagger) Serial No: 57-906 
 Convair F-106A (Delta Dart) Serial No: 59-123 
 General Dynamics F-111E (Aardvark) Serial No: 68-0055 
 Lockheed F-104A (Starfighter) Serial No: 56-817 
 Lockheed F-80C (Shooting Star) Serial No: 45-8357 
 McDonnell F-101F (Voodoo) Serial No: 58-276 
 McDonnell RF-101C (Voodoo) Serial No: 56-210 
 North American F-100C (Super Sabre) Serial No: 54-1851 
 North American F-86H (Sabre) Serial No: 53-1511 
 Northrop F-89D (Scorpion) Serial No: 53-2463  
 Northrop F-89J (Scorpion) Serial No: 53-2463 
 Republic F-105G (Thunderchief) Serial No: 62-4438 
 Republic F-105G (Thunderchief) Serial No: 63-8309 
 Republic F-84E (Thunderjet) Serial No: 51-604 
 Republic F-84F (Thunderstreak) Serial No: 52-6701 
 Republic RF-84F (Thunderflash) Serial No: 52-7244  
Fighter - 'F' 1962-Present
 McDonnell-Douglas F-15A (Eagle) Serial No: 73-0085 
 McDonnell-Douglas F-15A (Eagle) Serial No: 73-0099  
 McDonnell-Douglas F-4C (Phantom II) Serial No: 63-7485 
Helicopter - Navy/Marines 'H' 1948-Present
 Bell TH-13M (Sioux) Serial No: 142376  
 Bell UH-13P (Sioux) Serial No: 143143  
 Hiller OH-23C (Raven) Serial No: 56-4021  
 Kaman H-43A (Huskie) Serial No: 58-1833  
 Kaman HH-43A (Huskie) Serial No: 58-1833 
 Kaman HH-43B (Huskie) Serial No: 58-1853  
 Piasecki (Vertol) CH-21B (Shawnee) Serial No: 52-8685 
 Sikorsky HH-34J (Choctaw) Serial No: 148963 
 Sikorsky UH-19D (Choctaw) Serial No: 55-3228 
Helicopter - 'H' 1962-Present
 Bell UH-1F (Iroquois) Serial No: 65-7959 
 Bell UH-1P (Iroquois) Serial No: 65-07925 
 Sikorsky CH-3E Serial No: 65-12797 
 Sikorsky HH-3E (Sea King) Serial No: 67-14703 
Observation - 'O' 1962-Present
 Cessna O-1A (Bird Dog) Serial No: 51-12857 
 Cessna O-2A (Skymaster) Serial No: 67-21380 
 Cessna O-2A (Skymaster) Serial No: 68-6894  
Patrol - 'P' 1923-1962
 Lockheed P2V-7 (Neptune) Serial No: 147954 
Patrol - Navy/Marines 'P' 1962-Present
 Lockheed P-2H (Neptune) Serial No: 147954 
Primary Trainer - 'PT' 1925-1947
 Fairchild PT-19A (Cornell) Serial No: 42-2802 
 Ryan PT-22 (Recruit) Serial No: 41-1987 
 Stearman PT-17 (Kaydet) Serial No: 42-16365 
Pursuit - 'P' 1925-1947
 Curtiss P-40N (Warhawk) Serial No: 42-10592 
 North American P-51D (Mustang) Serial No: Unknown 
 Republic P-47D (Thunderbolt) Serial No: 44-43961 
Reconnaissance - 'R' 1962-Present
 Lockheed SR-71A (Blackbird) Serial No: 61-7958 
Research - 'X' 1948-Present
 Bensen X-25A Serial No: N61CN 
Trainer - 'T' 1948-Present
 Cessna T-37B (Tweet) Serial No: 57-2261 
 Convair T-29A Serial No: 49-1938  
 Lockheed T-33A (Shooting Star) Serial No: 52-9633 
 North American CT-39A (Sabreliner) Serial No: 62-4461  
 North American T-28A (Trojan) Serial No: 51-3612 
 North American T-6G (Texan) Serial No: 49-3217 
Training Glider - 'TG' 1941-1947
 Laister-Kauffman TG-4A Serial No: 42-43740  
 Laister-Kauffman TG-4B Serial No: 42-43740 
Transport - 'C' 1925-1962
 Beech C-45G (Expeditor) Serial No: 51-11653 
 Boeing KC-97L (Stratofreighter) Serial No: 53-298 
 Cessna UC-78B (Bobcat) Serial No: 42-71714  
 Curtiss C-46A (Commando) Serial No: 42-101198  
 Curtiss C-46A (Commando) Serial No: 42101198 
 Douglas C-124C (Globemaster II) Serial No: 51-089 
 Douglas C-47J (Skytrain) Serial No: 43-48957 
 Douglas C-47J (Skytrain) Serial No: 43-49442 
 Douglas C-54G (Skymaster) Serial No: 45-0579 
 Fairchild C-119C (Flying Boxcar) Serial No: 51-2566 
 Fairchild C-123B (Provider) Serial No: 54-0633  
 Fairchild UC-123K (Provider) Serial No: 54-633 
 Lockheed AC-130A (Hercules) Serial No: 55-014 
 Lockheed C-130A (Hercules) Serial No: 57-0478 
 Lockheed C-141B (Starlifter) Serial No: 66-180 
 Lockheed C-60A (Lodestar) Serial No: 42-55918 
 Lockheed EC-121K (Super Constellation) Serial No: 141297 
 Lockheed EC-121S (Super Constellation) Serial No: 141297 
 Lockheed VC-140B (JetStar) Serial No: 61-2488 
 Lockheed YMC-130H (Hercules) Serial No: 74-1686 
Transport - 'C' 1962-Present
 De Havilland Canada C-7A (Caribou) Serial No: 63-9756 
 De Havilland Canada C-7B (Caribou) Serial No: 63-9756  
Utility Transport (USA)
 Aeronca 7AC Serial No: 1079  
Utility - 'U' 1952-Present
 Cessna U-3B Serial No: 60-6052 
 De Havilland Canada U-6A (Beaver) Serial No: 52-6087 
 Grumman HU-16B (Albatross) Serial No: 51-7144 
 Helio U-10D (Super Courier) Serial No: 63-13096 
 Lockheed U-2C Serial No: 56-6682 
Utility - 'U' 1952
 Aero Commander U-4B Serial No: Unknown 


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 Gary Hunt
 Charlottesville, Indiana

I visited the Museum of Aviation on March 24, 2015. Had a great time walking through the buildings looking at the many wonderful aviation exhibits.
04/14/2015 @ 09:58 [ref: 55764]
 Gary Hunt
 Charlottesville, Indiana

I visited the Museum of Aviation on April 24, 2015. Had a great time walking through the buildings looking at the many wonderful aviation exhibits.
04/14/2015 @ 09:55 [ref: 55763]
 Writing Blog
 los angles, California

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05/04/2012 @ 21:10 [ref: 40900]
 Buckinghum, Kentucky

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04/07/2012 @ 01:00 [ref: 35388]
 Daleville, Alabama

I first saw this museum when i was a boy on a family vaction to Florida and i can say it is that experiace the helped push me into my now chosen carree as an Army aviator. It is a very good museum colection wise but most of the big stuff is outside and not keep up well. The inside exibits are amazing and they are working on a WWII exibit in one of the hangars that looks to be amazing. Go see it.
12/19/2008 @ 21:01 [ref: 8571]
 Atlanta, Georgia

I had not been to Robbins in several years and while traveling through decided to stop...I wish I had stopped earlier in the day because you can actually spend an entire day there...The displays have been substantially upgraded since the last time I was there...very impressive! Since I was involved with the Russian Overflight Program, I was really interested in the SR-71 and U-2 that are now on display...The WWII exhibit is also great although still under further development---you will not regret a visit to this site...
12/02/2008 @ 18:42 [ref: 8544]
 , Kentucky

I drive down there often and take my grandson. He was 6 the first time I took him. He told me I was the " world's best-est Paw-pa " That was priceless!!!! He is 10 now and always excited to go down there. As far as some of the aircraft needing restoring they are working on them as fast as time and donations will let them. Maybe donations over criticism would help speed the process.
08/11/2008 @ 18:17 [ref: 8354]
 , Georgia

I agree with most of the other posters here. A lot of interesting AC on hand; many of which are beautifully restored. The outside displays are definitely in need of major touch up. See them early in the day as it gets beastly hot very quickly. Also the best photo light is early. The indoor displays include an F4C, MiG15, SR71 and B29 all in very good condition. Overall, not up to par with the massive AF Museum in Dayton,OH, but a very worthwhile trip for plane lovers of all ages.
08/04/2008 @ 09:33 [ref: 8315]
 S.E. Hall
 , Georgia

I'm 67 years old and this is the greatest exibit of aircraft that I've ever seen. Well worth a trip and plan to spend the day. You WILL NOT be disappointed.
07/10/2008 @ 17:49 [ref: 8205]
 Kevin Ryan
 Lakeland, Florida

One of the best in the world. I stop here every time I pass by Warner-Robins on I-75. I would say this museum has more variety than almost any other with the exception of the Smithsonian. The only downside is that the aircraft could be more well maintained.
12/31/2007 @ 09:55 [ref: 6648]


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