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Oakland Aviation Museum

8252 Earhart Rd, Oakland, CA 94621

Oakland Aviation Museum, formerly called Western Aerospace Museum, has more than 30 vintage and modern airplanes, both civilian and military, and other displays that highlight noted aviators and innovators. Founded in 1981, it is located at North Field of Oakland International Airport.

Exhibits include a Boeing 1/50th Scale Model Hybrid Dirigible, and a replica of the Wright Bros. Model EX, which in 1911 was the first airplane to fly across the U.S. The collection also includes military aircraft, a Short Solent Mk. III Flying Boat and a Hiller Ten99, an experimental helicopter made in 1961.

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