WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — The Museum of Aviation is a one of Warner Robins’ treasures.
Located next to Robins Air Force Base, the museum honors veterans and Air Force heritage.
The museum opened in 1984 with 20 aircrafts on display.
The Warner Robins Museum of Aviation is holding its fourth annual Nevermore Hills Haunted Halloween Trail.
“It’s a great haunted attraction, it’s about 3 acres long and it’s a walkthrough outdoor trail,” says Director of Operations for the Museum of
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Growing up on a farm in the Northeast, Story Musgrave thought he’d be on a farm the rest of his life.
He ended up flying on six space shuttle missions for NASA and earning six
The Museum of Aviation is used to dealing with big and historic planes. Since August of 2015, they’ve been restoring one of America’s World War II icons.
It’s called the B-17 Flying Fortress.
“It appears in movies and television shows
Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail will open this year in Warner Robins at the Museum of Aviation on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Dates are 8-11 p.m. Oct. 14-15, 21-22, and 28-31. A family friendly hour will be available from
Thousands of people took a look inside some antique vehicles Saturday at the Museum of Aviation Wings & Wheels Car Show.
More than 33 judges walked around checking engines, paint jobs, and interiors of more than 150 vehicles.
Col. Bob Dubiel, a USAF retiree, has passed away at the age of 74.
Dubiel was retired from the Museum of Aviation, but still helped put on the Wings & Wheels Car Show. Dubiel helped create and develop the car
For Tuskegee Airmen Education Day, a large crowd of JROTC students from the middle Georgia area, as well as members of the military and visitors, heard from original Tuskegee Airman William Rice and Dr. Daniel Haulman of the Air Force
WARNER ROBINS, GA.– – The Warner Robins Air Show lands in Central Georgia every few years. For some airplane aficionados, the passion for the planes stays with them year round.
“I always loved airplanes. I was fascinated by them. I
WARNER ROBINS–Each member of a reunion group visiting the Museum of Aviation on Thursday probably had a Flying Tigers story. The Flying Tigers is the nickname for the American Volunteer Group, a group of American fighter pilots who flew for