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Candler Field Museum, Williamson

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  • If you love Aviation this venue will fit he bill. Great dining.... Well organized Antique Museum and Fly In Entertainment. 
    If you love Aviation this venue will fit he bill. Great dining.... Well organized Antique Museum and Fly In Entertainment.  more »
  • The museum is easy to locate just outside Griffin Georgia at a grass airstrip and has an adjacent restaurant (Barnstormers). Plenty of parking. The museum is free, and is comprised of a single hangar....  more
    The museum is easy to locate just outside Griffin Georgia at a grass airstrip and has an adjacent restaurant (Barnstormers). Plenty of parking. The museum is free, and is comprised of a single hangar....  more »
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  • If the visit to the Delta Flight Museum gave you the aeronautical bug, the Candler Field Museum is another must-see attraction. Its vintage set up will also be of interest to anyone who enjoys history however. The aim of this privately-created museum was to demonstrate what Atlanta’s now mammoth airport would have looked and felt like during the 1920s and 1930s when flight was still limited to the extremely rich. Beyond the vintage check in desk there are also a number of small aircraft. The earliest dates to 1917, while another can be taken out for test flights – alongside an expert pilot of course. The museum is based at the Peach State Airport, in Williamson, an hour south of Union City.
  • It's really neat to see a museum at its start. While the finished exhibits here are few, the ones they have are free and you can walk around the hangers. Better still, you can see Young people learning the craft of airplane flight and maintenance. Seeing the guys on that level is a rare treat and the staff make it all accessible.

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