Housed in one of the nation’s last remaining World War II blimp hangars, and one of the largest wooden structures in the world, the Tillamook Air Museum displays more than 15 aircraft, such as the F-14 Tomcat, A-7 Corsair ll, Mig-17, Aero-Spacelines Mini-Guppy and many more. There’s several aircraft trainers on display letting you test out life inside a cockpit. An exhibit hall features rare wartime and aviation artifacts, and there’s even a 1950s-themed restaurant inside and extensive gift shop with unique aviation-themed toys, clothes, and souvenirs.
From many miles away, the gargantuan size draws visitors near. Is it the eleven acres of arched roof? Perhaps the hundred-foot-tall letters boldly printed on its side? Or maybe it's the a-4 jet perched on a pole...
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