Pima Air & Space Museum

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Address(1)6000 E. Valencia Road


    The Pima Air & Space Museum (PASM) features over 200 aircraft on display and has five large hangars totaling 100,000 square feet of exhibit space. An original WWII barracks contains an extensive model collection, arranged chronologically, which shows virtually all U. S. military aircraft from pre-World War I to the present.

    The museum enjoys an international reputation as one of the best anywhere. For aviation enthusiasts of all ages, PASM brings history to life.

    Pima Air Museum had the humblest of beginnings. The museum was conceived in 1966 and a year later the Tucson Air Museum Foundation was incorporated as an educational on-profit organization responsible for the operation of the museum. Ten years later, on May 8, 1976, the museum opened to the public as an official Bicentennial event. The tremendous effort involved in Opening the museum was put forth solely by volunteers. Picture if you will, 75 aircraft in a bare desert setting with the only structure on the ground being a small tin shack used to sell tickets.

    Few tickets were sold during the first few months of operation but, today, about 165,000 visitors a year tour the museum.

    The museum receives no government funds and is supported solely by gate admissions, gift shop sales, memberships and donations. However, the museum admits all school groups grade 12 and below, at no charge. Educational packets and docent tours for the school groups are provided to make the students' visit a rewarding one. Last year, over 6000 school age children visited the museum. PASM is continually enhancing its educational programs.

    As you enter Hangar #1 after leaving the ticket counter, you move toward an exact replica of the 1903 Wright Flyer, the aircraft with which the Wright Brothers made history. Early aircraft such as the Waco RNF, Fleet Model 2 and the Focke-Wulf Fw-44J Stieglitz are also located in Hangar #1. Exhibits such as "Women in Aviation," "Blacks in Aviation" and a "hands-on" area are popular with those of all ages and are just a few of the exhibits located in this hangar. Out the north door of this building can be seen General Eisenhower's "Columbine" and the DC-6 used by Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. The DC-6 is open for guided tours.

    About 100 feet north of the DC-6 is the Space Gallery and Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame building. In 1991, the Foundation membership voted to change the museum's name to the Pima Air & Space Museum. The Space Gallery features a full-scale mock-up of the X-15, the rocket powered aircraft that broke the envelope of space.

    In 1985, then Governor Bruce Babbitt, Pima County and the City of Tucson each issued a proclamation naming the museum as the location of the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame. To date, a total of 26 individuals have been inducted. Among the 26 are former Senator Barry Goldwater and astronaut Frank Borman.

    Leaving the Space Gallery and walking southwest past the SR-71 Blackbird, the world's fastest jet aircraft, you arrive at Hangar #3. This hangar houses the B-24 Liberator bomber, one of about 12 known to exist, the B-25, A-26, TG-6 and other World War II-era aircraft. A new display, "World War II Combat Gliders" was dedicated on the 50th anniversary of D-Day June 6, 1994. Immediately south of this building is Hangar #4 which houses the B-29 and C-46 aircraft, among others. A formal dedication was held in October during a reunion of the 330th Bomb Group to which this B-29 was assigned during World War II.

    The 390th Memorial Museum is located in the center of the grounds and houses the B-17. Its exhibits detail the unit's World War II operations in the European Theater while assigned to the 8th Air Force. It is a museum within a museum

    With about 65 acres of display area, comfortable shoes are a must. A walk through the museum takes about three hours but one could easily spend all day. A tram operates daily weather permitting. Cost is $2 and the tram ticket is valid for the entire day.

    The Pima Air & Space Museum is located at 6000 E. Valencia Road and is open every day (except Christmas and Thanksgiving Day) from 9 AM to $ PM with the last admittance at 4 PM. Admission charges are: Adults $6.00, Seniors/Military $5.00, Juniors 10-17 $3.00 and children 9 and under are free

Exhibits - By Primary role
Advanced Trainer - 'AT' 1924-1948
 Beechcraft AT-11 (Kansan) Serial No: 41-9577  
 Beechcraft AT-7 (Navigator) Serial No: 42-2438 
 North American AT-6B (Texan) Serial No: 41-17246 
Aerial Target, Flying Model - 'OQ' 1942-1947
 Radioplane OQ-19 Serial No: Unknown  
 Radioplane OQ-3 Serial No: Unknown  
Aerial Target, Manned - 'PQ' 1942-1947
 Culver PQ-14B Serial No: 44-21819 
Anti-Submarine - U.S. Navy / Marines 'S' 1962-Present
 Grumman S-2A (Tracker) Serial No: 136468 
 Grumman S-2F (Tracker) Serial No: 147552 
Attack - 'A' 1926-1947
 Douglas A-26C (Invader) Serial No: 43-22494 
Attack - 'A' 1946-1962
 Grumman AF-2S (Guardian) Serial No: 129233 
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Douglas A-4B (Skyhawk) Serial No: 142928 
 Douglas A-4C (Skyhawk) Serial No: 148571 
 Douglas EA-1F (Skyraider) Serial No: 135018 
 Douglas YEA-3A (Skywarrior) Serial No: 130361 
 Fairchild-Republic A-10A (Thunderbolt II) Serial No: 75-298 (* In Storage *)
 McDonnell-Douglas/BAe AV-8C (Harrier II) Serial No: 159241 
 North American RA-5C (Vigilante) Serial No: 149289 
 Vought A-7D (Corsair II) Serial No: 70-973 
 Vought A-7E (Corsair II) Serial No: 160713 (* In Storage *)
Basic Trainer - RCAF 'BT' 1930-1947
 North American BT-14 Serial No: 3397 
 Vultee BT-13A (Valiant) Serial No: 42-42353  
Bomber - 'B' 1924-Present
 Boeing B-17G (Flying Fortress) Serial No: 44-85828 
 Boeing B-29 (Superfortress) Serial No: 44-70016 
 Boeing B-52D (Stratofortress) Serial No: 55-0067 
 Boeing B-52G (Stratofortress) Serial No: 58-183 
 Boeing EB-47E (Stratojet) Serial No: 53-2135 
 Boeing KB-50D (Superfortress) Serial No: 49-372 
 Boeing NB-52A (Stratofortress) Serial No: 52-0003 
 Consolidated B-24J (Liberator) Serial No: 44-44175 
 Convair B-58A (Hustler) Serial No: 61-2080 
 Douglas B-18B (Bolo) Serial No: 38-593 
 Douglas B-23 (Dragon) Serial No: 39-51  
 Douglas B-26K (Invader) Serial No: 64-17653 
 Douglas WB-66D (Destroyer) Serial No: 55-0395 
 Martin B-57E (Night Intruder) Serial No: 55-4274 
 Martin RB-57D (Night Intruder) Serial No: 53-3982 
 Martin WB-57F (Night Intruder) Serial No: 61-13501  
 North American B-25J (Mitchell) Serial No: 43-27712 
Commercial Transport (France)
 Sud-Aviation SE-210Caravelle Serial No: N1001U 
Commercial Transport (UK)
 Vickers 644 (Viscount) Serial No: N22SN  
Commercial Transport (USA)
 Aero Spacelines B-377SG (Super Guppy) Serial No: 52-2693 
 Beechcraft BonanzaN35 (Bonanza) Serial No: N9493Y  
 Beechcraft Twin BeechD18S (Twin Beech) Serial No: N55681 
 Boeing 707-720 Serial No: N751TW  (* In Storage *)
 Cessna 310C Serial No: 35909 
 Douglas DC-7B Serial No: N51701  
 Learjet Model 23 Serial No: N88B 
Electronics - 'E' 1962-Present
 Grumman E-1B (Tracer) Serial No: 147227 
Experimental/Research aircraft (USA)
 Bushby / McMurry MM-2 (Midget Mustang Mk.2) Serial No: N53RM 
 Pereira Osprey 2 Serial No: N17EH  
Fighter (USSR)
 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15bis (FAGOT) Serial No: 0822 
 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15bis (FAGOT) Serial No: 822  
 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17PF (Fresco D) Serial No: 0634 
 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17PF (Fresco D) Serial No: 634  
 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21PF (Fishbed D) Serial No: 69 
 Mikoyan-Gurevich Mig-17F (Fresco C) Serial No: 1C1905 
Fighter - 'F' 1922-1962
 Douglas F4D-1 (Skyray) Serial No: 134748 
 Goodyear FG-1D (Corsair) Serial No: 14132  
 Grumman F11F-1 (Tiger) Serial No: 141824 
 Grumman F7F-3 (Tigercat) Serial No: 80410 
 Grumman F9F-4 (Panther) Serial No: 125183 
 Grumman F9F-8 (Cougar) Serial No: 141121 
 Grumman F9F-8P (Cougar) Serial No: 144426 
 Grumman F9F-8T (Cougar) Serial No: 147397 
 McDonnell F3H-2 (Demon) Serial No: 145221 
 North American FJ-4B (Fury) Serial No: 139531 
 Vought F4U-4 (Corsair) Serial No: 97142 
Fighter - 'F' 1948-Present
 Convair F-102A (Delta Dagger) Serial No: 56-1393 
 Convair F-106A (Delta Dart) Serial No: 59-0003 
 Convair TF-102A (Delta Dagger) Serial No: 54-1366 
 General Dynamics F-111E (Aardvark) Serial No: 68-033 
 Lockheed F-104D (Starfighter) Serial No: 57-1323 
 Lockheed F-80B (Shooting Star) Serial No: 45-8612 
 Lockheed F-94C (Starfire) Serial No: 51-5623 
 McDonnell F-101B (Voodoo) Serial No: 57-282 
 McDonnell RF-101C (Voodoo) Serial No: 56-214 
 McDonnell RF-101H (Voodoo) Serial No: 56-0011  
 North American F-100C (Super Sabre) Serial No: 54-1823 
 North American F-107A Serial No: 55-5118 
 North American F-86H (Sabre) Serial No: 53-1525 
 North American F-86L (SabreJet) Serial No: 53-0965 
 Northrop F-89J (Scorpion) Serial No: 53-2674 
 Republic F-105D (Thunderchief) Serial No: 61-0086 
 Republic F-105G (Thunderchief) Serial No: 62-4427 
 Republic F-84B (Thungerjet) Serial No: 45-59554  (* In Storage *)
 Republic F-84C (Thunderjet) Serial No: 47-1433 
 Republic F-84F (Thunderstreak) Serial No: 52-6563 
 Republic RF-84F (Thunderflash) Serial No: 51-1944 
Fighter - 'F' 1962-Present
 Douglas TF-10B (SkyKnight) Serial No: 124629 
 Grumman F-14A (Tomcat) Serial No: 160684 
 McDonnell-Douglas F-15A (Eagle) Serial No: 74-118 
 McDonnell-Douglas F-4C (Phantom II) Serial No: 64-0673 
 McDonnell-Douglas NF-4E (Phantom II) Serial No: 66-0329 (* In Storage *)
 McDonnell-Douglas YF-4J (Phantom II) Serial No: 151497 
 Vought F-8A (Crusader) Serial No: 144427 
General Utility - 'J' 1931-1955
 Columbia XJL-1 Serial No: 31400 
 Grumman J4F-2 (Widgeon) Serial No: 32976 
Glider (Germany)
 Scheibe III-B Serial No: N111MG  
Gyro/Autogyro (USA)
 McCulloch J-2 Serial No: N4309G 
Helicopter, Observation - 'HO' 1944-1962
 Sikorsky HO3S-1G (Dragonfly) Serial No: CG232 
Helicopter, Training - 'HT' 1948-1962
 Bell HTL-2 (Sioux) Serial No: 122952  
Helicopter, Utility - 'HU' 1950-1962
 McCulloch HUM-1 Serial No: 133817  
 Piasecki HUP-2 (Retriever) Serial No: 134434 
 Piasecki HUP-3 (Retriever) Serial No: 147595 
Helicopter - 'H' 1948-Present
 Bell TH-13N (Sioux) Serial No: 145842  
 Gyrodyne QH-50C (Dash) Serial No: Unknown 
 Kaman H-43F (Huskie) Serial No: 62-4531 
 Kaman OH-43D (Huskie) Serial No: 139974 
 Piasecki (Vertol) CH-21C (Shawnee) Serial No: 56-2159 
 Sikorsky CH-37B (Mojave) Serial No: 58-1005 
 Sikorsky CH-54A (Skycrane) Serial No: 68-18437 
 Sikorsky H-5G (Dragonfly) Serial No: 48-548 
 Sikorsky HH-52A Serial No: 1450 
 Sikorsky HH-52A Serial No: 1390  (* In Storage *)
 Sikorsky UH-19B (Chickasaw) Serial No: 52-7537 
 Sikorsky VH-34C (Choctaw) Serial No: 57-1684 
Helicopter - 'H' 1962-Present
 Bell AH-1S (Huey Cobra) Serial No: 70-15985 
 Bell UH-1F (Iroquois) Serial No: 63-13141  
 Bell UH-1F (Iroquois) Serial No: 66-1211  
 Bell UH-1H (Iroquois) Serial No: 64-13895 
 Bell UH-1M (Huey) Serial No: 65-09430  
 McDonnell-Douglas OH-6A (Osage) Serial No: 67-15418  
 McDonnell-Douglas OH-6A (Osage) Serial No: 64-18133  
 McDonnell-Douglas OH-6A (Osage) Serial No: 66-18350  (* In Storage *)
 McDonnell-Douglas OH-6A (Osage) Serial No: 64-18017  (* In Storage *)
 McDonnell-Douglas OH-6A (Osage) Serial No: 64-18203  (* In Storage *)
 McDonnell-Douglas OH-6A (Osage) Serial No: 66-18273  (* In Storage *)
 Sikorsky HH-3F (Pelican) Serial No: 1476 
 Sikorsky HH-3F (Pelican) Serial No: 1472 (* In Storage *)
Helicopter (USA)
 Hiller UH12C Serial No: N7725C  
Homebuilt (USA)
 Aerosport Quail Serial No: N1387J 
 Bowers/McCaldin Fly Baby Serial No: N49992 
 Evans VP-1 Serial No: Unknown 
 Evans VP-1 Serial No: N47188  
 Flaglor/Munroe FLAGLOR SKY SCOOTER Serial No: N6WM 
 Rutan/Stitt Long EZ Serial No: N82ST  
 Rutan/Weaver Quickie Serial No: N80EB  
Liaison - 'L' 1942-1962
 Interstate L-6 (Cadet) Serial No: Unknown  (* In Storage *)
Observation - 'O' 1962-Present
 Cessna O-2A (Skymaster) Serial No: 68-6901 
 Lockheed YO-3 (Q-Star) Serial No: 69-18006 
Patrol Bomber - 'PB' 1935-1962
 Martin PBM-5A (Mariner) Serial No: 122071 
Patrol - 'P' 1962-Present
 Lockheed P-2H (Neptune) Serial No: Unknown  
 Lockheed P-2H (Neptune) Serial No: 135620 
Pioneer (Pre WW-I) (USA)
 Wright 1903Flyer Serial No: Unknown 
Primary Trainer - 'PT' 1925-1947
 Fairchild PT-19A (Cornell) Serial No: 41-14675  
 Fairchild PT-19A (Cornell) Serial No: 41-14675  
 Fairchild PT-26 Serial No: 10530  
 Ryan PT-22 (Recruit) Serial No: 41-15736 
 Stearman PT-17 (Kaydet) Serial No: 41-869 
Pursuit - 'P' 1925-1947
 Bell P-63E (Kingcobra) Serial No: 43-11727 
Reconnaissance - 'R' 1962-Present
 Lockheed SR-71A (Blackbird) Serial No: 64-17951 
Scout trainer - U.S. Navy / Marines 'SN' 1939-1948
 Beech SNB-5 (Navigator) Serial No: 29646  
 Beech SNB-5 (Navigator) Serial No: 51144  (* In Storage *)
Target Drone - 'KD' 1945-1962
 Globe KD6G-2 Serial No: Unknown  
Torpedo Bomber - 'TB' 1935-1946
 Eastern (GM) TBM-3E (Avenger) Serial No: 69472 
Trainer / Utility Transport (Canada)
 De Havilland Canada D.H.C.1 Serial No: N48273 
 De Havilland Canada D.H.C.2 Serial No: C-KMMS 
Trainer / Utility Transport (Germany)
 Focke-Wulf Fw 44-J Serial No: N133JM 
Trainer / Utility Transport (USSR)
 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI Serial No: 0038 
Trainer / Utility Transport (USA)
 North American HarvardMk IV (Harvard) Serial No: 20222  (* In Storage *)
Trainer - 'N' 1922-1926
 Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1 (Yellow Peril) Serial No: N45084  
Trainer - 'T' 1948-Present
 Cessna T-37B (Tweet) Serial No: 57-2267 
 Convair T-29A Serial No: 49-1918  (* In Storage *)
 Convair VT-29B Serial No: 51-7906 
 Lockheed T-33A (Shooting Star) Serial No: 53-6145  
 Lockheed T-33B (Training Star) Serial No: 136810 
 North American CT-39A (Sabreliner) Serial No: 62-4449 
 North American T-28C (Trojan) Serial No: 140481 
 Northrop T-38A (Talon) Serial No: 61-0854 
Trainer - 'T' 1962-Present
 Lockheed T-1A (Seastar) Serial No: 144200 
Training Glider - 'TG' 1941-1947
 Schweizer TG-3A Serial No: N69064 
 Taylorcraft TG-6 Serial No: 42-58662  
Transport Glider - 'CG' 1941-1947
 Waco CG-4A (Hadrian) Serial No: 45-14647  (* In Storage *)
Transport - 'C' 1925-1962
 Beech RC-45J (Expeditor) Serial No: 29585  (* In Storage *)
 Beech UC-45J (Expeditor) Serial No: Unknown  
 Boeing C-75 (Stratoliner) Serial No: Unknown  
 Boeing C-97G (Stratofreighter) Serial No: 52-2626 
 Boeing EC-135J (Stratolifter) Serial No: 63-8057 
 Boeing KC-97G (Stratofreighter) Serial No: 53-0151 
 Cessna UC-78B (Bobcat) Serial No: 42-39162  
 Curtiss C-46D (Commando) Serial No: 44-77635 
 Douglas C-117D (Skytrooper) Serial No: 50826 
 Douglas C-124C (Globemaster II) Serial No: 52-1004 
 Douglas C-133B (Cargomaster) Serial No: 59-0527 
 Douglas C-47 (Skytrain) Serial No: 41-7723 
 Douglas C-54D (Skymaster) Serial No: 42-72488 
 Douglas VC-118A (Liftmaster) Serial No: 53-3240  
 Fairchild C-119C (Flying Boxcar) Serial No: 49-0157 
 Fairchild C-123B (Provider) Serial No: 55-4505 
 Fairchild C-123K (Provider) Serial No: 54-580  
 Fairchild C-82A (Packet) Serial No: 44-23006  
 Lockheed C-121A (Constellation) Serial No: 48-614 
 Lockheed C-130A (Hercules) Serial No: 57-0457 (* In Storage *)
 Lockheed C-130D (Hercules) Serial No: 57-0493  
 Lockheed C-69 (Constellation) Serial No: 42-94549 
 Lockheed EC-121T (Super Constellation) Serial No: 53-0554 
 Lockheed UC-36 (Electra) Serial No: 42-56638  
 Lockheed VC-140B (JetStar) Serial No: 61-2489 
 Northrop YC-125A (Raider) Serial No: 48-636 
Transport - 39307 'R' 1931-1962
 Budd RB-1 (Conestoga) Serial No: XB-DUZ 
 Lockheed R5O-5 (Lodestar) Serial No: 12481  
Transport - 'C' 1962-Present
 Boeing YC-14 Serial No: 72-1873 
 McDonnell-Douglas YC-15A Serial No: 72-1875  
Ultralight (unknown)
  Easy Riser Serial No: Unknown  
 Swallow Aeroplane Co Swallow A Serial No: Unknown  
Undesignated Aircraft - '!UND' 1909-1919
 Spad XIII Serial No: Unknown  
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle - 'Q' 1962-Present
 Northrop MQM-57 Serial No: Unknown  
Utility Transport (USA)
 Cessna 120 Serial No: NC4191N 
 Cessna 150 Serial No: N18588  
 Fleet Model 2 Serial No: N605M 
 Piper J4A (Cub Coupe) Serial No: NC22783 
 Pitts S-1 Serial No: N2RB 
 Ryan-Temco D-16 (Twin Navion) Serial No: N5128K 
 Sikorsky S-43 Serial No: 1059 (* In Storage *)
 Starr Bumble Bee Serial No: N83WS 
 Taylorcraft BC-12C Serial No: N43584 
 Waco RNF Serial No: NC11206 
 Waco UPF-7 Serial No: N30135 
Utility - 'U' 1952-Present
 Beechcraft U-8D (Seminole) Serial No: 56-3701 
 Cessna U-3A Serial No: 58-2107  (* In Storage *)
 De Havilland Canada U-6A (Beaver) Serial No: 55-4595  
 Grumman HU-16A (Albatross) Serial No: 51-0022 
 Piper U-11A (Aztec) Serial No: 149067 
V/STOL - 'V' 1956-Present
 Grumman OV-1C (Mohawk) Serial No: 61-2724 
 North American (Rockwell) OV-10D (Bronco) Serial No: 155499 
[Not yet classified]
  AGM-12 Serial No: Unknown 
  AQM-34 Serial No: 69-6108  
  AQM-34L Serial No: 69-432 
  YQM-98A Serial No: 72-01872  


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04/16/2012 @ 03:01 [ref: 35978]
 eatontown, New Jersey

I have to rate this museum as world class due to the enormouse collection. Several different Russian A/C plus at least 3 B-52'a.... really 3 different and significant B-52's and they have a belluga pulus much much more. Amazing place. Check it out!
09/22/2011 @ 19:42 [ref: 24747]
 , Washington

Great museum with a nice large collection. My wife and I visited during August. We strongly recommend the cooler months if you are not used to the heat. The gift store is a little small, but you can buy small aircraft parts there.
09/17/2010 @ 15:05 [ref: 10831]
 Patchogue, New York

I visited this museum and found that the selection of aircraft is fantastic. The tour to the reclamation facility at Davis Monthan is fantastic. In many ways, the aircraft are much easier to photograph than the aircraft on display at the museum at Wright Patterson.
11/10/2009 @ 17:05 [ref: 9158]
 William (Bill) Bruns
 Green Valley, Arizona

I've been to the museum many, many times over the past ten years since we bought our winter house in Green Valley/Sahuarita area. However, I can't help but wonder what happened to the B-36? I have over the past few years very patiently waiting the completion of the B-36 you have on site. I don't see it listed on your inventory list and can't help ask "Why?" I am in great hopes of seeing this great aircraft completed and on display. I know it will never fly again but, I can dream. Great museum and great aircraft, always a great place to take friends and family, Bill Bruns
10/20/2009 @ 20:40 [ref: 9135]
 William (Bill) Bruns
 Green Valley, Arizona

I've been to the museum many, many times over the past ten years since we bought our winter house in Green Valley/Sahuarita area. However, I can't help but wonder what happened to the B-36? I have over the past few years very patiently waiting the completion of the B-36 you have on site. I don't see it listed on your inventory list and can't help ask "Why?" I am in great hopes of seeing this great aircraft completed and on display. I know it will never fly again but, I can dream. Great museum and great aircraft, always a great place to take friends and family, Bill Bruns
10/20/2009 @ 20:39 [ref: 9134]
 Thomas P. McManus
 , Pennsylvania

An absolutely outstanding A/C museum, far superior than most, and that includes the USAF museum. One critical point would have to be the lack of WW-II A/C, No P-51, P-47 etc, but that aside, don't miss this place. A word of caution though, schedule you visit between September thru April, most A/C are displayed outdoors and temps exceed 100 degrees during the summer months.
10/12/2009 @ 09:07 [ref: 9127]

This site unfortunately has not updated the list of aircraft at Pima recently, but there are many more new additions such as a Mig-29, Bristol Blenheim, Hawker Hunter, and a Ki-43 Oscar that have been added to the collection since then.
10/10/2008 @ 16:15 [ref: 8466]


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