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The museum is located on historic Brown Field, about 10 miles South of San Diego and 1 mile North of the Mexican border.The collection is housed in three large hangars directly in front of the Terminal/Restaurant/Old control tower complex.This is the San Diego Flight Museum, a collection of living, breathing, howling Warbirds.They maintain and fly these historic aircraft on a regular basis.Another seven are mounted on pedestals around the base, including the F-16B, F-86E, F-104A, NF-104A, P-59B, T-33A, and T-38A.Eventually, museum visitors will view a number of other rare aircraft on display.To date, some 0,000 worth of improvements have been made to Building #77 to meet all code requirements of the City of Alameda.
The museum is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. and is closed Sunday, Monday, and federal holidays. Currently, due to security restrictions, the museum is only open to those individuals with official business on Edwards AFB or individuals attending a tour through public affairs.The Museum is presently located on a temporary basis in Pier One, Fort Mason, San Francisco.Open working weekends are held on the first & third Saturdays of each month. The CFAM is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization dedicated to preserving and interpreting the long and rich history of aviation at Crissy Field.The base covered one-third of the island of Alameda.The museum volunteers look forward to hosting many visits of school children so they can learn about Naval Aviation history and the valuable contributions made by the many generations of workers during the last half of the 20th Century. Aerospace Museum is located next to the Twenty Mule Team Museum in downtown Boron and serves the public as an educational facility dedicated to preserving flight history and flight research performed over Boron and the surrounding Aerospace Valley.