Duration: 30 min; Free; Want to learn more about the history of military air defense? Don't just wing it! Schedule a tour at the Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum, and you'll enjoy a firsthand look at the remains of a WWII airbase. Built in 1942, this site served as a specialty training school for the TBM/TBF Avenger aircraft. During this private tour, you'll learn about the base's historical importance, check out artifacts and photographs, and get clued in on one of the great aviation mysteries of all time. So come on down, and learn about an era that changed aviation warfare forever. See you there!
Enjoy a private tour of a military museum located on a former WWII airbase
Learn about the history of WWII military aviation through artifacts and images
Check out a flight simulator built in the first half of the 20th century
Expand your understanding of an era that was a turning point in aviation warfare
Note: Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
This is a volunteer operation, but donations are appreciated. Tours of more than 8 people requires a donation of $5 per person. This is a free tour for first time attendees only.
Cancellation Policy: As a courtesy to fellow participants, please provide at least 24 hour cancellation notice.