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All reviews on display space shuttle aviation history side by side military aircraft next door a small gift shop air museum antelope valley couple of years open friday cold war free admission lots of history my favorite sr pilot
The volunteers here and next door have given thousands of hours of their time to produce a really excellent collection and display them in a very informative way. Some really unusual aircraft to be seen here.
This is a fantastic place to bring the family to get up close with some amazing airplanes.
There is a large variety so it’s not focused on one type.
It’s an easy walk but take note the summer can be brutal here so best seen...More
WOW! Very awesome to see the A-12, SR-71, and U-2 all parked at this small spot. They also have a D-21 drone and examples of the J-57 engine of the U-2 and J-58 power plant that powered both the A-12 and SR-71.
As an added...More
Do not miss this if you have any interest in the SR-71 Blackbird!
You will see an A-12 and an SR-71 side by side together with a U2 and a ramjet powered drone.
The gift shop could be a little better appointed and missed not...More
The Blackbirds are parked outside so you can see them from the street and can park next to the fence if you don't get to the opening on Fri-Sun. There is also a NASA 747 that carried the Space Shuttle parked nearby. Other fighters and...More
The Blackbird Airpark is the only place in the entire world where the public can see Lockheed SR-71 and A-12 aircraft side-by-side on display. The park is where my son completed his Eagle Scout service project (to refurbish the benches and planters) a couple of...More
this is a fantastic trip down memory lane, of the many Antelope Valley Aerospace and Aeronautical achievements. It is well laid out and easy to maneuver around. My one piece of advice is to go early and avoid the heat, as shade is very limited....More
Bring your camera. Take lots of pictures from all kinds of angles of the planes by themselves--no people. Then take lots more with people. There's even the miniature wind tunnel testing models on display--they're cool-looking. Don't miss the gift shop. By the way, there's an...More