My husband is a private pilot, so we will always make at least a quick stop any time there are planes. On our way going down towards Key West, we were there on a week day in the middle of the day and found the place closed. When we got to our hotel, my husband called and they said that in July, they don't have set hours and it's basically only when one of the volunteers is there to open the place up. We figured we would check on our way after leaving the Keys and happened to find it opened. It's extremely small but as others have mentioned, the volunteers are very eager tell you stories of some of the planes. There is no fee but they do accept donations. It's a nice place to get out and stretch your legs, but unless you really enjoy planes, this may not be to your liking. But for a pilot or someone fascinated by aviation, it is still worth a stop.
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