Plan Your Visit

See the Home of the Flying Fortress

The 390th Memorial Museum leads the nation in sharing the story of the B-17 Flying Fortress. Our comprehensive and compelling exhibits provide insight into the B-17’s important role in the Allied Victory in Europe. Our collections span the spectrum of the 390th Bomb Group operations and include over 80,000 documents, photographs and artifacts. Our docents provide tours, answer questions and offer greater depth to your experience.

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The 390th Memorial Museum is co-located on the grounds of the Pima Air and Space Museum (PASM):

From I-10, take the East Valencia exit. Proceed approximately 1.5 miles to the Pima Air and Space Museum (south side of road).

Memorial Museum Hours

10 am – 4:30 pm
Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and during the 390th Bomb Group Reunion.*

**The Museum will be closed on October 19, 2018 for the annual Bomb Group Reunion.**

NOTE: For public safety, the museum will close at 3pm when the outdoor temperature exceeds 103 degrees.

Fees

Admission to the 390th is included with PASM gate fee. Parking is free of charge.

Visitors often stay from several hours to the entire day.

EAT

Food and refreshments are available on-site at PASM’s Flight Grille.

Top 3 Reasons To Visit The 390th Memorial Museum:
1

You will be AWED by one of the only fully restored “combat ready” B-17s on display in America.

2

You will be AMAZED by the grueling facts of life associated with WWII High Altitude Warfare.

3

You will be INSPIRED by the courage, humor, and integrity of humble men who faced terrible odds.

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