Pima Air & Space Museum is the largest privately-funded aviation and aerospace museum in the world and the third-largest aviation museum in the United States. The international collection features over 400 of the most influential civil, commercial, military, and experimental aircraft from the US and around the world. Highlights of the collection include a Martin Mariner, and an SR-71 Blackbird.
Admission includes the 390th Memorial Museum, that details the fascinating, harrowing, and triumphant history of the 390th Bombardment Group, and their heroic and daring action in World War II. The museum is also home to the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame.
In addition to its collection of aircraft, the museum features more than 125,000 artifacts including a moon rock and numerous exhibits in five hangars. The property encompasses the 80-acre field, and a restoration facility, where some of the rarest jets in the world are repainted, repaired, and refurbished.