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Pearson Air Museum, Vancouver

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Pearson Air Museum reviews

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TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
72 reviews
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4.6
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  • Right next to Fort Vancouver this is a must stop if you're in the area. It's small but very interesting for plans and the lumberyard that was on this site at one time. The flight from Russia to the....  more
    Right next to Fort Vancouver this is a must stop if you're in the area. It's small but very interesting for plans and the lumberyard that was on this site at one time. The flight from Russia to the....  more »
  • Sadly one of the few smaller uncontrolled air strips left in the area. We used to fly in here all the time. It doesn't have much in the way of facilities but it beats landing on a freeway 
    Sadly one of the few smaller uncontrolled air strips left in the area. We used to fly in here all the time. It doesn't have much in the way of facilities but it beats landing on a freeway  more »
  • This free-for-all museum does a good job of shining light on the history of aviation in the Pacific Northwest. I wouldn't term the number of planes on display expansive - there were only four... 
    This free-for-all museum does a good job of shining light on the history of aviation in the Pacific Northwest. I wouldn't term the number of planes on display expansive - there were only four...  more »
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  • I have not been in the museum for many years but I walk past almost daily on a hike around this area. I remember the museum as being interesting and well done. Lots of local lore relating to aircraft and the impact to Vancouver and the area in general. There is always plenty of parking. The area around the museum contain the historic Ft' Vancouver and the park grounds surrounding the fort. Loaded with hiking paths . Handicap accessible.
  • Pearson Air Museum is worth a visit. Small museum but big history! Historic airplanes, theater inside, free admission, free parking and kids can participate in the junior ranger program to get a free badge! Friendly and knowledgeable staff. The Pearson Field Airport is next to it where you can watch planes take off and land.
  • This museum is on the site of production of World War 1 aircraft. The aircraft on display in pristine condition. Displays, video, and lots of informative displays. For an aviabtion enthusuiast, this is a great place to visit. The museum is not large, but the aircraft and engines on display are awesome. The museum is located on an active general aviation airport and at Fort Vancouver. No crowds, informative staff and free admission.
  • It was super neat to learn about the history of how Vancouver launched aircrafts and pilots up in the sky. And how wood drastically changed the advancement of planes. Our daughter loved it and became a Junior Ranger for learning about the history. It's free and fun for the whole fam.
  • Fun free place to take kids. My oldest was very interested to learn about and see the different old planes. My 2 little ones were really loving the new big space, the planes, and getting to go up and down in the elevator. It's good for a quick trip to get out of the house on a rainy day. Plus, all of my girls got badges, the staff was very kind all the way through.

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