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March Field Air Museum

The March Field Air Museum is an aviation museum near Moreno Valley and Riverside, California, adjacent to March Air Reserve Base. See more


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Oct 12, 2022
This place is the best. We rented it for a private party and it was phenomenal. The staff goes way beyond the call of duty. They made us feel like family. There was not one request they could not ful… Full review by pananga
Sep 14, 2022
The outdoor collection is impressive. The number of trainers from WWII to present is impressive accompanied by legends like the F111 and F4. Even a Canberra bomber which I have not seen anywhere in t… Full review by TheGatesClan
May 4, 2022
March Field Air Museum was a great time for the whole family exploring,seeing,and being up close with so many legendary aircraft-including an actual SR 71super tech recon jet! They have lots of educa… Full review by waynefromcali


An Airforce Base That's Now a Museum
The new museum was initially housed in the March Air Force Base's 1930-vintage base theater located just north of the base's parade ground. There, the museum's 2000 square foot main exhibit area was filled with photographs depicting the history of the base from its founding in 1918. Model airplanes and paintings were also original display items. An aircraft park, to feature aircraft that once flew from March, was also established near the main gate at Cactus and Graham. "It's important to capture the essence of our past and to portray and illustrate the history of March Field." said Major Brian Daly, the museum's first director.In 1980 three important museum events occurred. One --- the March Field Museum was officially recognized as an Air Force Facility in March 1980. Two --- the March Field Museum Foundation was established in May 1980. Three --- in November 1980 the display area for museum aircraft was open to the public. The March Field Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to support the museum with fund raising and volunteer help. The Foundation operates a Gift Shop, holds golf tournaments, annual Santa Maria Barbeque's and other events to raise money. $400,000 was raised to build the current hangar building.During the early years the March Field Museum grew by leaps and bounds, so much so, that within a year the museum quickly doubled the number of artifacts in its possession and filled the theater building to capacity. So rapid was the growth that the museum outgrew its original building and needed to be moved to new quarters.

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