This museum is not huge and well tucked away. The focus is limited to WWII aviation, but the range of content is huge - including a rare 'Kate' Nakamichi fighter and very many small displays on individuals, plains and the backstory of various artefacts. The diversity of the collection is remarkable and the volunteers will often take visitors on escorted torus of the restoration workshops. If this era is of interest to you, you won't be disappointed.
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