The Warhawk Air Museum is located at the Nampa Municipal Airport, Nampa, Idaho. It is a 501©3 museum that represents the American experience of World War I, World War II, and the Cold War Era including the Korean War and Vietnam War. Visitors learn about the personal experiences of men, women, and children who lived through those times and how the advancement in technology had an impact on our society. Step into this 40,000 square foot museum and enter a world of sweetheart pillows, ration books, “V Mail”, Mothers Flags, Victory Puzzles and numerous other items that represent the home front during times of war. Among a large collection of airplanes and equipment, visitors will experience the thrill of seeing two of only a few remaining Curtiss P-40 World War II fighter airplanes left in the world; a very rare World War II P-51C razorback Mustang fighter airplane; a Korean War era F-86 Saber Jet; a Korean War era Russian MiG-17; a Russian MiG-21, a Vietnam era Cessna L-19 O-bird, and a Vietnam era Huey Helicopter. Compare their technologies with the museum’s World War I Dr-1 Fokker Tri-Plane replica German fighter airplane and the D-7 German fighter airplane. View survival gear, equipment, a link trainer and a Norden Bombsight-all examples of the most advanced technology known to mankind during the 1940s. Experience the personal histories of American veterans who sacrificed so much for our country and discover the meaning of patriotism, responsibility, courage, self-sacrifice, and the power of propaganda.
Museum hours are Tues-Sat 10:00-5:00 and Sunday 11:00-4:00. General admission is $10, seniors 65+ and military are $8, and $4 for kids 5-12. The Warhawk Air Museum is a non-profit 501©3 museum TX ID # 94-3092941
- Extraordinary Gift shop
- Education program – over 3000 students a year learn about American history and our Veterans
- Meeting rooms available
- Events Center available
- 35,000 sq. ft. exhibit space
- Tours are available
- Bus parking available
- Handicap Access
- Drinking fountain and pop machine are available
- No food available
- Easy access off I-84
The Warhawk Air Museum is a Library of Congress Veterans History Project Partner. We are interested in preserving the military history of our veterans who served in any war. Please call the museum for more information.