After being closed for over a year due to COVID, we are very excited to announce that Fagen Fighters WWII Museum will reopen our doors to the public on Saturday, May 15th, 2021, which is Armed Forces Day. Our hours will remain the same: 10 AM to 4 PM, Tuesday through Saturday. Admission will be as follows: Children, ages 9 and under - free, Children ages 10 - 17 - $5, Adults - $10, Family - $20. Half off for Active Military - $5. For visitors who frequent the Museum, we are offering an Annual Membership for the remainder of 2021, a Single Membership will be $25 and a Family Membership will be $50. These may be purchased at the Museum's front desk and a card will be issued. In 2022 the Annual Memberships will be $50 and $100.

Visitors to the museum will need to use the precautions that we have all grown accustomed to during this time. Masks will be worn inside, hand sanitizers can be found in each hangar, we'll ask visitors to stay with the group they arrive with and to distance themselves from other visitors. We will not be offering any guided tours or scheduling any bus/school tours at this time. Our staff will be on hand to greet visitors and will make their way around our facilities to answer questions. We do have informative posters with every exhibit to ensure the visitors a satisfying self-guided tour.

We are hoping to fly at least one Warbird every week to offer an outdoor experience for our visitors, weather permitting. The Fagen Fighters PT-26 Ride Program will be operational by Memorial Day. Rides may be purchased for $250.

Fagen Fighters WWII Museum will not have a 2021 Ray Fagen Memorial Airshow. We hope to have one next year, 2022. More will follow about that at a later date.

We look forward to seeing familiar faces as well as welcoming those new to Fagen Fighters WWII Museum.

Fagen Fighters WWII Museum is home to a pristine collection of fully operational, active aircraft and vehicles from World War II. Also featured are fine art, bronze sculptures, interactive multimedia displays, and an ever-growing library. The facility is designed as a self guided experience, and gives a rare look into the lives and legacy of the Greatest Generation.