Planes of Fame Air Museum
Planes of Fame Air Museum
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  • The Museum’s Chino location is home to nearly 100 aircraft, many of them restored to flying condition.  Our collection spans the earliest days of aviation, including the First World War, the 1920s and 1930s, World War II, and Korea and Vietnam. 
  • The Museum is open Wednesdays thru Sundays.  
  • We are closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Year's Day.
  • Hours of operation are 10:00am until 4:00pm.  Museum Guides are always available to tell the stories related to the aircraft and their place in history.
  • On Saturdays and Sundays, the Museum’s Boeing B-17 “Flying Fortress” will be open to visitors to safely enter and learn about the men and women who designed, built, and flew these massive bombers during World War II.

Hope to see you soon!

PLEASE NOTE:  Substantial Road Construction is now in progress around the Chino Airport leading to the Planes of Fame Air Museum.  Please allow extra time in arriving due to road closures or lane reductions.  Some roads are reduced to single lanes with flagmen, other roads have two lanes open with construction immediately adjoining the shoulders.  Use caution when driving to and from the Museum.  Access to the Museum parking lot should not be an issue.


Admission Prices

General Admission
Children (ages 5-11)
Children (4 years and under)
Group of 10+

Seniors ages 65+ and AAA members (with current membership card)
Active Duty & Reserve Military, Active Law Enforcement, Active Firefighter (with ID)

buy MUSEUM admission tickets online   

Museum memberships permit unlimited visits, Gift Shop discounts, and other benefits! Membership is tax-deductible*, as Planes of Fame is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Specific membership levels and their benefits are described here.


* Check with your accountant to determine tax deductibility.

Flying In

Fly-in visitors are welcome. Please consult current charts, NOTAMs, weather forecasts, etc., before your flight to CNO (Chino Airport).

Upon landing, request transient parking near the Chino tower, where you will find tie-downs.

Once your aircraft is secured, proceed north to the roll gate and pass through the pedestrian walk-through gate then proceed up Cal-Aero Drive to Planes of Fame Air Museum.

The Entrance of the museum will lead to the Gift Shop (attached to the east end of the Maloney Hangar) where one can pay admission and receive entrance stickers.

By becoming a member, you help us to preserve and educate aviation history for generations to come.
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