Air Museums from the Magazine of Open Skies

Photo stories by Ed Anderson

Abbotsford 2005
Photos 2004
Abbotsford 2003
Abbotsford 2002
Photos- 2002
Abbotsford 2001
Abbotsford 2001
Abbotsford 2000
Airfest Bellingham
Airfest Photos
Arlington Photos
Arlington Photos .
Air Show Gallery

Reno 2004
Reno 2003

Calgary Air Museum
Evergreen, Oregon
Northwest Air Museums
Southwest Air Museums

Air Show Theatre
Abbotsford (A)
Abbotsford (B)
Abbotsford (C)
Abbotsford (D)
Abbotsford (E)
History (1)
History (2)
History (3)

Arlington, WA
Bellingham, WA
Chino, CA
Langley, BC
Reno, NV
Young Eagles

Canadian Museum
of Flight, Langley
Seattle Air Museum
Boeing Field

Evergreen Aviation Museum
The Evergreen Aviation Museum at McMinnville, Oregon, home of the famous Hughes Flying Boat, ("Spruce Goose") is open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM. The administrative offices are open from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. Summer: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm June 7 through Labor Day. Up-close and personal" encounters with world-famous aircraft; Educational lectures on aviation history and science; Hands-on activities for all ages.

Photos: Ford Trimotor 5-AT-B. The only one flying of 5 series. NC 9645.
Howard Hughes Flying Boat "Spruce Goose" November 2, 1947, Website

 Map showing 4 Air Museums in Western Oregon State.


Oregon's Tillamook Naval Air Station Museum.
Home of the World War II Blimps. The remaining of the two original hangars is the largest free-span wooden structure in the world. The museum covers the history of the Naval Air Station and lighter-than-air technology, and features the Northwest's biggest collection of World War II fighter planes. Gift shop, restrooms, telephones and free parking are available. Hours: May-Oct, 9 to 6 daily. Nov-Apr, 10 to 5 daily. Closed Christmas, and Thanksgiving. Admission $7 adults, seniors $6, youth (13 -17) $4, $2.50 kids 7-12 and under 7 is free. Located off Highway 101, south of town. 4000 Blimp Blvd, Tillamook OR 97141, Voice Phone 503-842-1130

Boeing C-97 Strata Cruiser "Guppy", Tillamook Naval Air Station, Oregon

Douglas A-IE Skyraider, Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, WA