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Flying Leatherneck Museum

Do vintage aircraft and military vehicles fascinate you? Does the thought of getting up close and personal with America’s warrior history give you a thrill? Then the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum is for you! This one-of-a-kind aviation museum is museum is located at MCAS Miramar.

It features more than 30 vintage aircraft and military vehicles, including the Bell AH-1J “Sea Cobra” (Attack helicopter), the Chance-Vought F4U-5N “Corsair” (Radar-Equipped Night Fighter aircraft), and the Grumman A-6E “Intruder” (Attack bomber aircraft). Inside the museum building, you’ll see aviation equipment first hand, as well as a view a vast range of historical items. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience you won’t forget.

(877) FLY-USMC. www.flyingleathernecks.org 

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Admission is always free for all ages.

Open Cockpit Days

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If you come out to see us during the summer months, you can sit in the cockpit and feel like a real pilot! Take your little kids — and big kids — to enjoy a free day out in the sun.

2014 Summer Schedule

  • May 31
  • June 1, 14-15, 28-29
  • July 12-13, 26-27
  • August 9-10, 23-24
  • September 6-7

Click here to see the museums upcoming events!

Address: T-4203 Anderson Ave, San Diego, CA 92145

Hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Phone: (877) 359-8762

Click here for a map to the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum.

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