Yanks Air Museum

Yanks Air Museum Accept no substitutes! Yanks’ houses the largest collection of rare and historic legendary American aircraft in the world.
Today, aviator or not, many visitors and group tours are lured to Yanks Air Museum, where the Legends live on! Yanks’ houses the largest private collection of American WWII fighter, dive and torpedo bombers in the world. Every aircraft at Yanks Air Museum has a story to tell. Join us to discover America’s aviation history and the lore of flight. From the Wright Brothers’ 1903 Wright Flyer to the record-breaking F-106 Delta Dart, at Yanks you can see the entire sweep of American aviation!

Yanks Air Museum was founded in 1973 with the stated goal of honoring and preserving the history of American aviation. As a nonprofit organization, Yanks has grown into one of the largest collections in the US and includes more than two hundred aircraft in its collection housed at a ten-acre facility at the Chino Airport. An exciting and educational experience for the whole family, come and see our dedicated team bring history back to life as they actively restore aircraft to flyable condition. Tour the museum and discover how the Wright Brothers succeeded in their historic flight or arrange to host your family and friends at your own private event in one of our aircraft hangars. Whatever your needs or interests, come to Yanks to have fun and relive this exciting and heroic saga of our history.

Mission: The Yanks Air Museum is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. Yanks’ mission is to acquire, restore, preserve and share the world’s largest and most treasured collection of All-American aircraft, their history and artifacts.

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Cobr helicopter at Yanks

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15121 Stearman Drive
Chino, CA
91710

General information

General Admission: $16.00 (Includes approx. 200 aircraft, Museum, Restoration & Boneyard Access) Seniors (65+) : $15.00 Children (5-11): $5.00 Children (under 4): Free

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Thank you Yanks Air Museum for coming to the rescue today. Today is my grandson’s birthday, he asked for a Blue Angel Model. I contacted the museum and they kindly found the item and allowed me to pick it up outside. You guys are AWESOME! Once their doors open again I hope everyone visits this treasure we have in our neighborhood.
A couple of photos of your B-25 (44-86791) in a previous life...from the set of the ABC Movie of the Week "Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy. Shot in May of 1977 at Skagit Regional Airport in Washington. She played a PBJ 'mother ship' as part of Project Anvil alongside David Tallichet's B-24J.
Was out at the museum drawing and painting last week. Its an amazing place and the amount of subject matter and potentials for doing artwork is amazing. Plus your restoration crew out in the back hanger was really friendly and helpful. Thanks for letting me hang out at your facility. Might bring a class out there in the future
Here are a couple of images posted to another page of F-4S 153843, the Navy Phantom that currently sits in your restoration yard. Taken on July 23, 1992 at Yokosuka Japan after she was craned off the USS Independence, where she was used as a deck handling trainer. Thought you guys would be interested.
Will you be open on Dec 26 and / or Jan 2?
Aviation for life. Im so happy of seeing any updates of yanks air museum, because im aviation specialists from Samara university.
How come you don't have a photo of Connie the Cat???