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Warbird Roundup 2024 – Saturday

September 7 @ 8:30 am 5:00 pm MDT

Join us for our 22nd annual Warbird Roundup September 7 and 8!

The Warbird Roundup is Idaho’s largest 2-day gathering of historic war planes from across the country. Watch the planes fly, see them up close and meet the pilots. Our knowledgeable announcers and pilots educate the crowd about each of the warbirds including their history, interesting facts, and importance to our country.

There will be food trucks, a guest speaker, and visitors get full access to the museum and displays.

Gates open at 8:30 a.m. Flying is scheduled from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. A schedule will be released closer to the event date. Schedule and warbirds are subject to change and weather permitting.

Saturday Tickets


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Event Tickets

Saturday General Admission
Ages 15+
$ 30.00
Saturday Military & Senior Admission
Ages 65+ and Military
$ 28.00
Saturday Child Add-On
MUST be accompanied by an Adult – Kids Ages 14 and under
$ 0.00
Warbird Roundup Weekend Pass
Attend both days of the Warbird Roundup for a discounted price!
$ 55.00
Warbird Roundup Weekend Pass – Child
MUST be accompanied by an Adult – Kids Ages 14 and under
$ 0.00

Are you a member?

Active museum members get additional discounts on Warbird Roundup tickets based on their membership level. Member ticket information will be sent by email.

Membership Level Discounts:

  • Individual Memberships: 30% discount on one ticket
  • Couples, Grandparents, and Family Membership: 30% discount on two tickets
  • Level I Lifetime: 30% discount on two tickets
  • Level II & III Lifetime: Two free tickets

Become a Member now to receive these and many other benefits!

Event Details

From the Museum:

  • P-40E Sneak Attack
  • P-40N Parrot Head
  • P-51C Mustang Boise Bee

Visiting Warbirds:

  • P-51D Diamondback
  • P-51H – One of the last two H models in the world!
  • P-51D Speedball Alice
  • Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
  • P-40N
  • Vought F4U-1A Corsair
  • North American B-25J Mitchell Photo Fanny
  • With more being confirmed!

Guest speaker Chris Fahey will share the history of the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of World War II. The WASPs was a civilian women pilots’ organization, whose members became trained pilots who tested aircraft, ferried aircraft, and trained other pilots – all in an effort to free male pilots for combat roles during World War II. Over 25,000 women applied to join of which 1,830 were accepted to the program and only 1,074 completed training and earned their wings.

Important Information

  • Gates open at 8:30 a.m.
  • No coolers or outside food and drink allowed.
  • No pets – Trained service/support animals only.

Museum Parking

  • The museum’s parking lot is reserved for handicap parking only.
  • The dirt lot directly across from the museum is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This lot will fill up fast!

Additional Parking Options

Additional parking is available at Mission Aviation Fellowship at 112 N. Pilatus Lane. It is about a half mile walk to the museum. Visitors must stay out of the fenced off airport – please do not cut through! Before parking, you are welcome to drop anyone off at the museum who might have trouble walking. The shuttle does not run to or from this location

We will have extra parking and one shuttle running from the St. Al’s overflow lots. The shuttle will run in a continuous loop starting at 8:00 a.m. through 4 p.m.

Thank you to our sponsors!