Discover a rare, multi-sensory experience like no other at the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum.
At the only combat aviation museum in Phoenix, you’ll take an edu-venture through history and learn how aircraft evolved as a heroic partner to ground and sea operations from WWI to present. Get up close and personal with history. Our friendly docents are the keepers of nostalgic, inspirational stories and are at your service to answer any questions or lead a tour through our collection of artifacts and exhibits.
Walk through our working hangar and watch aircraft mechanics bring muscular engines to life. Climb aboard our bombers and cargo planes or, better yet, book a once-in- a-lifetime flight in an authentic warbird. Choose among seven WWII aircraft, from an open biplane to the rarest bombers in the world. And don’t forget to stop by our museum gift store and bring home a bomber jacket for you and your pooch. We’re a non-profit organization and staffed 99.9% by dedicated volunteers who honor our mission to restore, preserve, and remember the ingenuity and sacrifices of past generations. [NOTE: Our B-17 and B-25 Bombers go out on tour during the summer to visit over 50 cities across the U.S. and Canada. They’ll return in October.]
Hours and Location
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Open 7 days a week
New Year’s Day
2017 N. Greenfield Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85215
Northeast corner of Greenfield
Please note that hours may change due to special events, and on-site aircraft may change due to maintenance and tour schedules. If you are planning a visit to the museum, feel free to call us to confirm availability.
Adults (13+): $15
Seniors (62+): $12
Kids (5-12): $5
Kids under 5: free
Active military: free
Disabled veterans: free
Our 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is run almost entirely by volunteers. All admission revenue goes toward educating, remembering, preserving, and restoring military aviation history.
Ride a Warbird
After touring our hangar full of rare combat planes on the ground, experience them in the air!
Reserve your spot to feel what it was like to fly in a real warbird on the way to your next heroic mission.
The mission of the Commemorative Air Force is education, such that generations of Americans will value and support the contributions of military aviation in assuring our nation’s freedom.
Plan Your Trip
Within minutes of the museum in Mesa, Arizona, you can tube down the Salt River, hike in the Superstition Mountains, catch a spring training baseball game, and more.
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