International Sport Aviation Museum

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Address(1)P.O. Box 6795

Exhibits - By Primary role
Fighter - 'F' 1922-1962
 Lockheed XFV-1 (Salmon) Serial No: 138657  
Trainer - 'N' 1922-1926
 Stearman N2S-4 (Kaydet) Serial No: 9681 
Trainer - 'T' 1948-Present
 Lockheed T-33A (Shooting Star) Serial No: 57-0598 


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 , Florida

uuuummmmmmmmmmmmmm...........i like pie??
04/02/2008 @ 11:04 [ref: 7274]
 Harold V. Arkenbout
 Melbourne, Florida

Maybe some of us like looking and photographing military aircraft. I personally have visited over 15 states and more then 30 different aviation museums. Soon as I can, I will visit/photograph the ISA Museum. Civil or military, if you are a true aviation enthusiast like myself and many others, it does not matter. Two aircraft, side by side still represent science, technical advances, and most importantly aviation history. No reference to civilian or military needed here. In fact, the first aircraft to fly, the Wright Flyer was definitely not military, but it was the foundation for all military forces around the world. That same aircraft that flew on Dec. 17, 1903 and further civilian versions, was thought impractical by the US Army and unacceptable. When civilian contracts were to be awarded to countries like England and France in late 1907, four years later, our government and the US Army suddenly became interested and the civilian aircraft suddenly became a military project.
01/21/2008 @ 17:50 [ref: 6690]
 Kevin Ryan
 Lakeland, Florida

This isn't one quarter of what they have. This is a museum devoted to general aviation rather than military. It's a nice change of pace, rather than looking at the same old fighters over and over again. Well worth the visit.
12/31/2007 @ 09:46 [ref: 6647]
 grady a.lisk jr.
 sebring, Florida

big news at lakeland they just received a f-14 tomcat on sept 20,2006, also some of the collection of kermit week's, weeks air museum from tamiami fl.has been located at the site. very nice set of aircraft and worth the visit.enjoy
10/07/2006 @ 13:05 [ref: 5321]
 Bob Cieslak
 Lawrenceville, Georgia

Got a look at your web page - real nice. But you got the engine from my airplane spelled wrong! It's an Anazani/LeRhone. Also, a photo of the airplane would be nice! There's a nice photo of it on By the way, friends of mine saw it at the Florida State Fair at your display. I visit your museum every year. Bob Cieslak E-mail: 3166 Stanford Circle Lawrenceville, GA 30044-4292 Phone:(770) 717-9304
03/03/2001 @ 19:43 [ref: 908]


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