Peterson Air & Space Museum in United States

Old Colorado Springs Airport, now the musuem

Worth seeing Aviation Museum Small museum, but well done; covers lots of Cold War information; the outside plane exhibits are great!

Good for a few hours This is a small but nice military museum that is perfect to visit when you have a morning free. I would recommend older children (over 10 or maybe even 12) visit - could be boring for younger.

Great History, Well-Maintained Exhibits I've visited several museums at Air Force bases across the country, and this museum is truly among the best...just, WOW! The museum describes the history of NORAD from the Cold War era to...

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The Museum preserves and portrays the rich aviation and space history of Colorado Springs and Peterson Air Force Base. From our barnstormer beginnings in the Roaring Twenties, through the daring exploits of our World War II pilots and into the modern space era, our exhibits are sure to capture your attention. The museum is open to the public even though the museum is on an active Air Force installation. All that is required is for non-military ID card holders and groups to call us or submit a request on our web site a minimum of one day in advance of your visit (before noon MDT) to arrange for a pass and detailed instructions (https://petemuseum.org/visitor-information/). A State or federal issued Photo ID is required for all Non-DoD visitors over 18. Drivers will need to have proof of insurance and registration for their vehicles. Non-US Visitors: allow an additional day.

LOCATION

Address 150 E Ent Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80914-1255

Phone +1 719-556-4915

Website http://petemuseum.org/

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