Opened to the public in 2012, the National Museum of World War II Aviation documents the role that military aviation played in the emergence of our nation as a world power during the Second World War.
Through a combination of its aircraft collection, exhibits, interactive displays, and docent led tours, the museum tells the story of our nation’s tremendous technological advancements during the War, and describes the lasting social and economic changes that were essential to the success of the Allied war effort.
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Address: 755 Aviation Way, 80920, Colorado Springs, Colorado (CO), USA, North America
Coordinates: 38.8216, -104.720215
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