Our mission is centered around three pillars regarding aviation in combat history: Preserve; Educate; and Remember.
As an educational non-profit 501(c)(3) organization run almost entirely by volunteers, the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum’s existence depends on your help.
PRESERVE | EDUCATE | REMEMBER
Become an Annual Museum Pass Member
Purchase an Annual Museum Pass for $75 and get a year of unlimited museum admission.
**Buy one before December 31, 2018 and be entered into a drawing to win a FREE RIDE on our Stearman Bi-Plane!
Your financial contributions help us educate generations about the role of aviation in combat history. We do this by preserving and restoring some of the rarest combat planes in the world and taking these “flying exhibits” to cities and towns across the U.S. and Canada. Our museum historians develop educational exhibits that tell the personal and inspiring stories behind the heroes who fought to ensure our freedom.
Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Please check with your tax advisor for guidance on charitable donations.
Help us keep our historic warbirds flying, and see what it’s like for yourself!
Book your ride
The Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum offers rides in some of the last working historical combat planes around, including the ultra-rare B-17G Bomber, “Sentimental Journey.”
Join our unit to share your stories and help keep wartime lessons alive.
As the largest of all 70-plus Commemorative Air Force units, we strive to honor military aviation history, planes, and heroes.
Book a Warbird
Reserve a warbird for your next event, and watch the crowds stare (and ride) in awe!
Our aircraft are available for showcasing and flying at private events, creating a unique centerpiece that your guests will never forget.
Rated One of the Top Things to Do in Mesa
“The aircraft they have on display are a complete marvel and it’s impossible to look at them and not be in complete awe.”
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This is a great place to visit. They have many, many planes on exhibit, inside and outside.
After my presentation on American Airmen in WW2 @AZCAF 1st time on a B-17. Fantastic, a true "sentimental journey" for me. A great museum!
Was so cool to see my fave WWII bomber up close! Thanks @RKSAirport and @AZCAF #MaidintheShade