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Dedicated to the recognition of Military personnel and their families for their service and sacrifice through the restoration, preservation of artifacts and flight of aircraft of the World War II and Korean War era. Take a step back in time and...more
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Lynn and I and another couple recently drove an hour to the National Warplanes Museum from our friends’ house near Rochester. We had earlier visited the Curtiss Museum in nearby Hammondsport. These two experiences couldn’t have been more different. The Curtiss Museum was highly organized....More
As you would suspect, smaller museums face challenges in keeping their exhibits in good shape. This museum tries but don’t expect Smithsonian-level! The exhibits there are well done but it is the tour guide that makes the stop here worthwhile. We missed their air show...More
The tours were good and the planes are great . Our guide had been in the army and shared many interesting ideas and stories along with details about the planes, their missions and how they are still used now in air shows
The annual airshow is a great way to introduce someone to historic World War Two era aircraft and even to get a ride on a historical artifact of the era. We flew on a C47 that actually led a wave of similar aircraft to deliver...More
The Memphis Belle brings out goose bumps & tears to the eye. It is living history....a proud and grand lady of the air. The Geneseo museum team are just about the nicest, friendliest, and helpful group of people you could ever imagine! The National Warplane...More
If you like WWII history, this is the place for you. We received a personal tour from a volunteer who knew his history and airplanes through and through. Only sad thing was B17 not being there due to a flat tire- no ones fault.
Set in the picturesque Genesee valley, the combination museum/airfield site sits on a lovely grass strip, reminiscent of the many similar rural airports scattered throughout America in the 1940's. This scene of a vintage small airfield is highlighted by the aircraft of the era sitting...More
This is not a large museum but certainly worth a visit. Super friendly people here and they love telling you about the planes - they have a wealth of information. There is a $6 admission fee and certainly worth the nominal fee; lots of memorabilia...More