The Minnesota Air National Guard Museum offers a fascinating look at the area’s military aviation history. Visitors to the Minnesota Air National Guard Museum will discover a variety of indoor exhibits, including aircraft training simulators and aircraft engines, as well as a collection of aircraft once flown by the Minnesota Air National Guard’s 133rd and 148th Airlift Wings. Among the more than 20 military aircraft on display at the Minnesota Air National Guard Museum air park are fighter planes, such as the Lockheed F-94C, and transport aircraft, such as the Boeing C-79G. The Minnesota Air National Guard Museum is also home to a ¾-scale reproduction of the MI VI Spitfire.

Minnesota Air National Guard Museum Location
The Minnesota Air National Guard Museum is located at the Air Guard Base at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in St. Paul, Minnesota. Visitors age 18 and up are required to show a U.S. government ID, a valid driver’s license or a photo ID in order to gain entry to the Base. All visitors and vehicles are subject to search by Base security.

Minnesota Air National Guard Museum
P.O. Box 11598
St. Paul, MN 55111-4114
Phone: (612) 713-2523

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