Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum

4.725 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: 4203 Anderson Ave, San Diego, CA 92145, United States
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 03:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8586931723
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Specialty Museums

The museum collects and exhibits artefacts related to the history of the United States Marine Corps Aviation. These include vintage aircraft (planes and helicopters), vehicles, and naval weapons like Anti-Aircraft Machine Guns and Armored Personnel Carriers. There is a huge collection of artefacts in the main building. Check out the museum store for gifts, clothes and games. Get into the museum-organised model aircraft contest. This is a place for kids, history buffs, and military buffs.

Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum Hours

  • Closed federal holidays.

How to Reach Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum

  • Bus 31 stop Miramar Rd & Northgate Plaza
  • Drive to here.

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  • Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum Address: 4203 Anderson Ave, San Diego, CA 92145, United States
  • Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum Contact Number: +1-8586931723
  • Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum Timing: 09:00 am - 03:30 pm
  • Best time to visit Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum(preferred time): 09:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 0.3% of people who visit San Diego include Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum in their plan

  • 60% of people start their Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum

People normally club together Ho Chi Minh Trail and San Diego Civic Theatre while planning their visit to Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum.

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Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum Reviews & Ratings

  • An interesting place. The planes are great! Take a self-guided tour. Each plane has a sign with all kinds of information that is well organized so you can just read your favorite type: speed, weight, special features, year the first of this model was made, the history of this specific plane, and more. However, I think my favorite part was the displays inside the museum. They include information about many incredible courageous men, women and dogs. The displays are well done and compelling including photos, artwork, and paraphernalia.

  • Small little museum but it has tons of stuff from various different time periods and different parts of past wars. Outside, there are many different aircraft that you can take a look at. During summer they have open cockpit days which are perfect for kids. When I went, admission was free but they encourage a $5 donation per person. There was lot of friendly staff available to answer any questions you might have.

  • Loved this free museum with knowledgeable volunteer staff. Interesting static displays and not crowded. Talked with Daniel about his service in the navy and things about the museum and local area. Plan for upwards of 2 hours to see everything but could easily do a short visit of 30 minutes to just see the static displays.

  • Amazing place to go with the family. Rich in history and the planea are set up with lots of information. I highly recommend if you live this kind of stuff. There is plenty of opportunity to experience quality time with the kiddos.

  • Admission is free, but they ask for a $5 donation, which is completely worth it. They have helicopters and jets on display that have historical significance. The staff are retired military and very knowledgeable, one of them was present during the attack on Pear Harbor and it was an honor to shake his hand.

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