Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum

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O V E R V I E W
Facility:Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum
Description:Museum Docents provide guided tours daily at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Self-guided tours are daily 9 am to 5 pm with volunteer docents located throughout the Museum. Please allow approximately 2-3 hours for your visit.

To register your tour, fill out the registration form online, or call Jessie Petersen, Group Tour Coordinator, at (503) 434-4068.

A D D R E S S
Address 1:500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way
Address 2:
City:McMinnville
State/Province:0R
Zip Code:97128
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:The Museum is open every day, including weekends, from 9 to 5. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, and Easter. Closing at 2:00pm on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve.
Admission:Members - Free
Youth (3 and up) - $11.00
Adults (18-65) - $13.00
Seniors (65+ years) - $12.00
Telephone:(503) 434-4180
Website:Visit Website
R E V I E W S
Carri Ann, Co-op Member
Admittance gets you into two seperate museums - one for air, and one for space. There's also an IMAX theater onsite, and plenty of other planes outside that you can check out. Plan on spending most of the day, as there is plenty to see and do.

The air museum has everything from a replica of the plane flown by the Wright brothers, to the Spruce Goose - Howard Hughes plane that was the largest ever built. Honestly, you can't appreciate the size of it until you see it! The have a small area in the belly of the plane that you can go in to, or for $25, you and up to 5 other people can go upstairs into the cockpit area and have your photo taken (you can also take your own pix while you're up there). We went ahead and did the extra tour, and it turned out to be the highlight of the day.

The space museum includes a flight simulator (you can try and land the space shuttle), a Titan missle (it's huge!), and a Mercury space capsule.
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