Warhawk Air Museum
Our Mission Statement:
The Warhawk Air Museum is a not for profit organization funded entirely by individual donations and private foundations. The mission of the Warhawk Air Museum is to preserve and teach the history of American veterans and their contributions to the freedoms we value today, and to show the relationship of our country and its citizens to those wars which so strongly impacted our nation and the world at large. The Warhawk Air Museum Education Program is dedicated to igniting each student’s appreciation and respect for the relationship between freedoms we have today and the sacrifices made to preserve them. Our country’s history is its strength. It is the cord that runs through connecting the past with the present and hope of our future. Embedded in the past are the lessons we can learn to help us create a lasting future, a future of hope for our nation and the world. The Warhawk Air Museum offers the opportunity to experience these lessons through the historical memorabilia and personal memories that are being preserved here, and through our unique education program.
I liked this place. The memorabilia is largely donated so one gets the sense of seeing real people's memories which is nice. There are several eras on display that are also nice though a bit crowded with items. This is a clean, small, local, and well kept museum with mostly memorabilia. Coming here will make you happy you are an American. And if you take the time to study the displays you may get, as I did, a feeling of almost knowing the ones the displays remember.
Great museum! The planes and cars were my favorite part, but I also enjoyed the artifacts and stories collected about individuals. It gave the museum a personal feel, like I was going through my grandparents attic, or listening to a story they were telling.
We found this place to be incredible. The staff/volunteers were great and really care about the museum. So much history to be seen and experienced. We will be back the nest time we are in the area.
The Warhawk Museum has an incredible diversity of displays. It was a great experience that went beyond the planes. The staff working there were great as well.
Large and well-organized. Plenty of displays and personal memorabilia. Well worth a visit. Plan for 2 hours.