Iowa Avaiation Preservation Center

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Address(1)P.O. Box 31


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 , Alaska

Small but very nice. We were impressed by how clean and neat the site was. The aircraft were in excellent condition. This is well worth the drive from the interstate highway. Their new name is Iowa Aviation Museum. Aughts 2007
08/16/2007 @ 19:21 [ref: 6229]
 Kevin Sliwinski
 Bloomington, Minnesota

Small but very well kept up. Lots of aircraft, and expanding. I agree that the museum and aircraft are immaculate.
10/02/2002 @ 22:41 [ref: 2529]
 Peter Grandgeorge
 , Iowa

Great little museum literally in corn field. The large hanger has a tremendous amount of planes for the size. Great selection of post WWII civil aviation and worth a visit for airpower fans with the new static displays of Iowa ANG aircraft. An easy detour off I-80 in Western Iowa.
03/02/2002 @ 20:46 [ref: 1919]
 Jim Atkins
 Twentynine Palms, California

Small museum, not many aircraft but those are IMMACULATE!!! Highlights are two Tiger Moths and the oldest existing Curtiss Robin. Out of the way but well worth the drive. Beautiful country and not too far from John Wayne's birthplace in Winterset and the Bridges of Madison County (yes, they're real!)
01/31/2001 @ 13:17 [ref: 803]

Last updated: 02/14/00.

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