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Planes of Fame Air Museum

The museum collection spans the history of manned flight from the Chanute hang glider of 1896 to the space age.

Of particular pride to the museum is its collection of Japanese aircraft, which is currently the largest of its type in the world with approximately 150 aircraft - 30 are flyable.

This collection includes the world's only totally authentic flying Japanese Mitsubishi "Zero" fighter, which is complete including its original engine.

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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