Combat Air Museum

7016 SE Forbes Ave., Forbes Field
785-862-3303

The Combat Air Museum has served as an educational institution and tourism destination for more than thirty years. It is one of a handful of major aviation museums in the United States located on an active air field. Visitors to the museum are regularly treated to flying activities of Air Force fighter aircraft and Army helicopter operations. 

The Museum's “Young Aviators' classes offer students a unique opportunity to be immersed in the midst of a museum covering aviation history from the earliest days of flight to the present day.

Located at Forbes Field in Topeka, Kansas, the Combat Air Museum is a non-profit institution dedicated to the creation of facilities and resources for the education of the local and regional communities through the collection, preservation, conservation and exhibition of aircraft, information, artifacts, technology and art associated with the military aviation history of the United States of America. 

On exhibit at the museum: 
37 aircraft ranging from the WWI period to the present day 
Aircraft engines of many sizes and types 
An extensive display of artifacts and dioramas and a gallery of military aviation art 


Reviews

clefus1

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Not real happy about having to pay full price simply because I'm retired military not active. Left me feeling a little bit rejected and despondent about my service. Lots of military items that I have personally had experience with and could have provided a wealth of information.

wes matson

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

great place to visit, plan on spending some time, longer you stay more you will learn. the guided tours are well worth it. the veterans have a lot to share. spend some time, listen, learn.

Shawn H

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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Many aircraft with extensive information and hands on exhibits as well as models and diagrams. Real museum quality with real aircraft for a low cost. Don't miss the second hangar.

Elmer Larimer

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Thursday, March 9, 2017

my dad Chasles A Larimer 1911-2002 did run the museum in 1977 first starter he was at the museurn when EC-121 come in this for my dad crying he was ww2 8 AAF 896 MP CO my dad is happy that I toll you about him crying my dad did lot work museum crying miss my dad crying miss my dad that i sad he ran the gift and did most the work himself let you know how i miss him crying let you know how much work my dad did fot museum thank you cryitg let gene know too thank crying let you how much my dad for the museum crying this for gene my dad run the museum gift shop for 5 year for gene to know i love my dad to let you know about my dad to say I love him crying

Officer J

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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Great meseum! Please donate when you visit.