Palm Springs Air Museum

View war aircraft up close and even witness a few in action.

“Miss Josephine” P40 nose art at the Palm Springs Air Museum

A great way to avoid the heat and see some beautiful World War II fighter planes is to visit the air-conditioned hangar housing the Palm Springs Air Museum. Located in Palm Springs, California, at the Palm Springs International Airport (PSP), the museum features dozens of aircraft, including prop planes, biplanes, seaplanes and bomber jets.

Outside the hangar, you’ll find even more aircraft, from helicopters to space vehicles. It's not just one of the nation's largest collections of WWII flying aircraft, this museum also houses a library of 8,500 volumes and the Buddy Rodgers Theater, which shows daily documentaries.

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745 N. Gene Autry Trl. Palm Springs CA 92262 U.S.


760-778-6262 Attraction’s Website

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