PIMA AIR
& SPACE
MUSEUM
Tucson, Arizona
PIMA AIR & SPACE MUSEUM
The Pima Air & Space Museum is one of
the largest aviation Museums in the world,
and the largest non-government funded
aviation Museum in the United States. The
Museum maintains a collection of more
than 300 aircraft and spacecraft from
around the globe, including many rare and
one-of-a-kind, and more than 125,000
artifacts. Here you will walk among the
giants of our aviation heritage, including
military, commercial, and civil aviation.
Among them are a B-29 Superfortress, the
SR-71 Blackbird, and a rare World War II
German V-1 "buzz bomb."
BD-5J "MicroJet"
Did You Know That Arizona Had Its Own Air Force?
World's Smallest
Plane
Plane Flown in "Jet Pilot"
A Howard Hughes Production
Apollo Space Capsule
Artifacts From
"Dr. Strangelove"
The Chopper From
"Apocalypse Now"
"I Love the Smell of
Napalm in the Morning!"
B-61 Nuclear Bomb
The Flight Deck
The Petulant Porpoise
SR-71
Once the World's Fastest...Anything!