Pueblo, Colorado: Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft MuseumOver 30 big and small planes on display, as well as a selection of transport oddities such as high-speed experimental maglev and air-suspension vehicles.
- 31001 Magnuson Ave., Pueblo, CO
- East of the city, just outside of Pueblo Airport. Take US 50 to the Paul Harvey Blvd exit, follow it north and east, then turn left onto Keeler Pkwy. Drive north three blocks and turn left onto Magnuson Ave. The museum will be on the right.
- M-Sa 10 am -4 pm, Su 1-4 pm. (Call to verify)
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- Worth a Detour
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There are some planes you can climb into, WWII uniforms kids can dress up in, and all sorts of interactive activities. The history exhibits are very in depth and informative. I honestly didn't expect much, but we spent a few hours here and my kids (ages 5 and 7) loved every minute![Nikki, 04/11/2017]
This B-24 museum, oddly enough, has no B-24. But that's about all it lacks.
Located on the grounds of Pueblo's airport, the museum exhibits a rare, restored B-29 among a few dozen impressive exhibits both indoors and out. There is a model, diorama and pictorial tribute to the Liberators and Privateers, high speed experimental maglev and air-suspension vehicles, rare and odd aircraft going back to WWI, experimental and first-line Navy and Army aircraft, and pictorial displays on the Holocaust and Nazi propaganda.
You can stand next to a 28-cylinder radial engine, and view a skeletal WWI fighter. The small sales store has lots of interesting items, and the volunteer staff of senior citizens are sharp, enthusiastic and loaded with knowledge.[Chuck Kubin and Chico Dimas, 12/10/2006]