While You’re At the Grissom Air Museum…
Sit in an F-4 Phantom, H1-Huey Helicopter, Bomb Loader, F-16 Static Display, and more. Check out the history of the military base that started in 1954 as the Bunker Hill Air Force Base. Then head outside to 24 military aircraft which served from WW II thru Today! While your outside, take a minute to go up into the lone security tower that was on the base during our years as a Strategic Air Command (SAC) facility. You are encouraged to take photos of your experiences. ,
The GAM is currently closed thru February. Our 2016 operational schedule is weekends, Friday through Sunday, from 10:00-4:00 starting in March. We will extend the days we are open in June, July, and August, and then return to our weekend schedule in September.
We accept all major credit cards and debit cards
General Admission: $6.00
Children ages 5 and under: Free
Senior’s (ages 61+) and Military (past or active): $1.00 discount
All current and former military personnel receive “FREE” admission on Military Appreciation Day (Third Saturday in May), Independence Day (July 4th), Patriots Day (September 11th), and Veterans Day (November 11th).
Hall of Honor, plus the West Property and the Pavilion
Inside the exhibit hall or main building, we have a special room called the Hall of Honor. This room contains special plaques that our friends have placed there in memory of their loved ones and friends. This room makes an excellent place to host meetings, conduct classes, and facilitate your group following a tour.
We also have an 8 acre park west of the main building that can be rented for your event. Also on this land we have a pavilion, which seats 80-100 people, plus electrical power, and a gas/charcoal grill. You may use it for your group as a lunch or snack facility, or a reunion location. For more information call 574-398-1451, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grissom Air Museum
1000 W. Hoosier Blvd.
Peru, Indiana 46970
US Highway 31, at Grissom Air Reserve Base Approx. 10 miles south of Peru, Indiana; approx. 15 miles north of Kokomo.
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