Wednesday, April 20, 2011

USAF Museum Series: Part 10

This has been making its way around the aviation forums and blogs recently. I'm not sure when it went online, but the USAF Museum has a virtual tour of the entire museum on the web. By my own rough count, there are 90 different locations on the museum grounds where you can view, rotate, and zoom in 360 degrees.

I've posted many of my own museum photos on the blog in the past (and will continue to do so in the future) but this site is incredible - especially for those of you who can't visit the museum in person. Just click here or on the photo below to access the virtual tour. Hope you enjoy it!

As always, just a reminder that you can access any of the posts in this series by clicking on the USAF Museum tag in the navigation bar to the right or at the bottom of the posts.


  1. This is so cool. This is going to hurt productivity.

  2. The Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio is one of my all time favorite places to visit.

    Even when I was just a Student Pilot studying my Jeppesen Private Pilot Manual I went there to keep my interest up and my hopes alive.

  3. I also love this place. I went there last year and I'll probably be going again in a few weeks. Last time I went it was overrun with Boy Scouts. Hopefully not this time!

  4. It's so dang big you can always find some relatively empty spot. The new Korean War exhibit is amazing - definitely spend some time in there.

    Also, if you haven't been before, try and go on a tour of the Presidential and X-Plane hangars!