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List of Oregon Airplane Plane Museums. 
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A List of Airplane and Plane Museums in Oregon.

Oregon has some great plane  museums. Oregon is nicknamed the Beaver State.  The population of Oregon is 2,854,000 people, number 29 of the 50 states, its capital is Salem and its largest city is Portland.  The land area of Oregon is 96,003 square miles, number 10 of the 50 states, its highest point is Mount Hood which is 11,239 feet.

Oregon tiene algunos museos gran avin. Oregon es apodado el Estado Beaver. La poblacin de Oregon es 2.854.000 personas, el nmero 29 de los 50 estados, su capital es Salem y su ciudad ms grande es Portland. La superficie de Oregon es 96.003 millas cuadradas, el nmero 10 de los 50 estados, su punto ms alto es el Monte Hood, que es 11.239 pies.

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The last updates on the museum listings were added 18 Jan 2011
Due to legal changes in Illinois, I will not be updating this list until further notice.
These museums change their information and locations very often.
Please try to contact the museum before you try to visit it, it may not be there anymore.

2140 NE 25th
Hillsboro, OR 97124
503 693 1414
Info provided by Robert S.Furrer
Updates thanks to Pat Carry
About 12 Aircraft

Evergreen Aviation Museum
MCMinnville, OR.
 The new building located one mile east of McMinnville on Highway 18 is now open daily from 9 AM to 5  PM (6 PM June 6 through September 2).
Info provided thanks to Stan Zulaski
About 43 Aircraft including the Spruce Goose

Oregon Air & Space Museum
 90377 Boeing Drive 
Eugene, Oregon 97402 
Phone: (541) 461-1101
info Thanks to Jonathan Weber
About 13+ Aircraft


 Tillamook Air Museum
6030 Hangar Rd.
.      Tillamook, OR. 97141
.  503 842-1130 Phone
. 503 842-3054 Fax
Info provided thanks to Stan Zulaski

More Than 33 Aircraft


The Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, WAAAM
Ken Jernstedt Airfield 4S2   
1600 Air Museum Road  
Hood River, OR  •  97031
phone: 541-308-1600   
fax: 541-308-1601
info thanks to Donna
Updates thanks to David Elkins
About 67 Aircraft and 103 Automobiles
Hi Jeff,
A Great site. I know it is a lot of work. thanks for putting a list together of the Museums.  There is a new one. Just opened a year ago. WOW it is great. All antique aircraft and autos. There are about 40 aircraft! all flyable! They just flew a Jenny that was restored from 1917!  Here is there site  www.WAAAMuseum.org  It is in Hood River, Oregon at the airport so you can fly in to this one--- how exciting.  My vote is to put this one at the top of the list. I have been to the others in Oregon, this one is something special.
Thanks again for doing what you do.


 The former "Bomber" Gas Station

in Milwaukee, OR is now in the process of restoring the B-17G that Art Lacey flew in to start his gas station after WWII.  For the history of this aircraft, check:  

The nose section has been restored and is on display in a Quonset bldg. on the site of the bomber.  The pilots compartment is being restored,  location unknown.  The remainder of the bomber from the rear bulkhead of the pilots compartment remains in it's elevated static location over the former gas pump area.

Address is: 13515 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Milwaukee, OR 97222 (503)    654-6491
Admission: Free, donations appreciated.

The Bomber Restaurant - adjacent to bomber @ same address (503)   659-9306

Aircraft is: Boeing B-17G-110-VE, S# 44-85778, no N number, name LACEY   LADY

The adjacent Quonset museum exhibits: Restored nose section of Lacey  Lady,   many WWII aviation artifacts to include uniforms, flight suits,  aircraft   radios, Norton bomb site, navigation equipment, instruments, ball   turret of another B-17, pictures, models, personal histories, etc.  The museum includes a small gift shop.

Bob (Robert S. Furrer)


includes the 1st, 21st and 34th Fighter Squadrons from World War 2. This is the specialized training that the squadron members went through at Bluethenthal Field in Wilmington North Carolina just prior to their transfer to the island of Ie Shima located just north west of Okinawa.

The Pictorial Review was provided by Seth A. Villa
Exhibit Added 24 Apr-2000

413th fighter group a p47 thunderbolt squadron in ww2


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