The Air Force Museum is a very large facility and if you take your time at all, you will not see it all.
The main galleries are; Early Years - From the early days of flight up to the Battle of Britain - Leave the gift shop area and turn right.
War Power Gallery - WW II
- To take it in the order it is laid out turn left, go to the Berlin Wall Exhibit and turn right and go past the Bob Hope and Hap Arnold exhibits and then left into the gallery.
Modern Flight Gallery - To right Korea, to the left Vietnam - you enter the passageway just past the Hap Arnold exhibit.
Cold War Gallery - Mostly Cold War - To the left, you will reach the area dedicated to Desert Storm. There are the following there; B-1B, B-2A (yup), B-36J, B-58A, SR
-71A, U-2, ex-RAF Tornado GR
1, etc. You enter at the far side of the Modern Flight Hangar.
Across the field (take a bus) to the Presidential Hangar - Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy - principal airplanes there plus other smaller airplanes that served the Presidents.
Next door - Research and Development Hangar - X-1B, X-3, X-4, X-5, X-15, X-29, XB-70A, XF
-92A, F-107A etc.
I'll be working the Cold Gallery Saturday morning and Modern Flight in the afternoon.
Oh yes, Saturday is Family Day (3rd Saturday of each month), activities for kids from 3 to 13.
We also have an art exhibit that features 80 paintings by 50 American artists. You get there by turning left just before the Early Years Gallery.