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Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook

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Offering a valuable lesson in aviation history, Tillamook Air Museum sits inside a military blimp hangar built during World War II. The hangar, a notable tourist attraction in and of itself, covers an area of nearly 3 hectares (7 acres) and stands 60 m (190 ft) tall. The largest clear-span wooden structure in the world, it houses a fighter plane collection that includes the Tomcat F-14A, Douglas A4-B Skyhawk, and MiG-17F. In the hangar's exhibit hall you'll find rare aviation artifacts and authentic World War II medals. Start your aviation adventure at the on-site theater, where you can watch a short film about the history of the hangar and the aircraft displayed inside it. Plan a Tillamook trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • We were visiting from Canada and I brought my brother in law with me to see this amazing hanger and the planes. The scope of this building has to be seen to be believed. I have been visiting for... 
    We were visiting from Canada and I brought my brother in law with me to see this amazing hanger and the planes. The scope of this building has to be seen to be believed. I have been visiting for...  more »
  • Quite enjoyable, very reasonably priced and they are trying very hard. It is difficult to find much information on blimps and other lighter-than-air craft, as such, this place is a gem! I would... 
    Quite enjoyable, very reasonably priced and they are trying very hard. It is difficult to find much information on blimps and other lighter-than-air craft, as such, this place is a gem! I would...  more »
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  • 10/10 WOULD recommend going!! It's awesome the amount of items you get to interact with was great! And the HOURS put into some of the displays is incredible. I definitely recommend bringing older children or keep a good eye on young ones since not everything is intractable. Definitely bring a jacket in the colder months since the facility is not heated!
  • We came on a day they were closed because of the smoke. We will be back.

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