Tillamook Air Museum

An airplane exhibit at the Tillamook Air Museum


The Tillamook Air Museum in Tillamook, OR, is housed in a former WWII era blimp hangar, which used to be part of Naval Air station Tillamook. Spanning a total size of seven acres, the hangar holds the record for being the world’s largest clear-span wooden structure. Fair to say that that’s a lot of space to fill to the brim with airplanes and other artifacts from the fascinating world of aviation.

In its current form, the Tillamook Air Museum is home to a very diverse inventory of vintage airplanes, ranging from US Air Force warbirds to civilian planes.

Exhibits include a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber, F4U Corsair fighter, P-38 Lightning fighter and A-4 Skyhawk attack aircraft, among others.

6030 Hangar Rd, Tillamook, OR 97141

Quick facts

  • Opened in 1992 as The Blimp Hanger Museum

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