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Planes of Fame General Admission Ticket to Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino, CA. Adults $20.00 each and children ages 5-11 $10.00 each; these tickets do not expire. VALID ONLY AT PLANES OF FAME, CHINO, CA. NOT VALID for our Annual Air Show or Wings, Tracks, & Wheels Event. 

Current Museum hours are Wednesday-Sunday 10 am - 4 pm.  We are closed Monday & Tuesday.   

Please only indicate items are to be shipped if you would like the tickets shipped to you.  Orders that are shipped will require physical ticket for entry and are subject to a  shipping fee.  

If you intend to use your tickets right away please present invoice on arrival to Planes of Fame Air Museum for redemption.  

Orders placed after 12 noon PST will be processed the next business day.  We do not ship on Monday or Tuesday.



  • 5

    Posted by bradley ewing on 7th Aug 2022

    One of a kind aircraft along with knowledgeable, personable docents…always a great experience.

  • 5
    Planes of fame

    Posted by Susana on 6th Aug 2022

    Wonderful place, My kids enjoyed it, will go again.

  • 5
    Planes of Fame Museum & Gift Shop

    Posted by Lisa Ellison on 9th Jul 2022

    What a wonderful museum! The staff was very knowledgeable about the aircraft & were happy to share their insights with us! We visited right before the 4th of July so we all received American flags as we entered the museum. The gift shop also sold some great items, my son got a small biplane!

  • 5
    Exactly what I ordered!

    Posted by Sherri Birdsall on 18th May 2022

    Quick delivery

  • 4
    Museum ticket for Hangar Talk, 12-4-2021

    Posted by Paul S Speaker on 11th Dec 2021

    Interesting presentation re the events that led up to Pearl Harbor, 12-07-1941, and the aircraft involved, with special emphasis on the development of the Japanese Zero. I was disappointed that the Zero flyby had to observe a high minimum altitude. I was hoping for some display of its flying capability, such as rolls and banks, but I'm sure FAA regulations prohibited such activity. I'll return at some point in the future to spend more time with the exhibits.

  • 5
    The best of its kind

    Posted by Chris on 29th Nov 2021

    Seeing the De Havilland Mosquito fire up and do a few graceful passed around the Planes of Fame made my day. Something else to cross off the bucket list! I have been a patron and fan of the Planes of Fame since the first airshow I went to as a 6 year old boy in 1989. A lot of those fine machines I saw fly on that day are still parked in the hangers, mostly with new paint jobs, but ready to take the to the skies just as they were then, probably with one of the same pilots too! I could go on and on about all of the rare and awesome planes they have and how truly unique some of them all, but you should just go and speak with one of the many extremely knowledgable, polite and down to earth staff the have every day they are kind enough to open their doors to the public. Trust me, they will be happy to tell you whatever it is you want to know. It's really quite rare that you can go to a musuem with such a wide array of well preserved pieces of aviation history and be greeted with warm and friendly people who are genuinely happy to be doing what they are doing. Thank you so much! Do you self a favor and go!

  • 5
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    Posted by Jerri Elliott on 28th Nov 2021

    Loved the “Hanger Talk” with Ken Wrght Such an amazing man and so knowledgeable

  • 5
    A great experience for our family. We went to see the B17 and ended up with a great tour of the museum.

    Posted by Patricia Downs on 10th Oct 2021

    A wonderful place to learn about aviation history. Highly recommend!

  • 5

    Posted by Thirumalesh Akula on 13th Sep 2021

    My kids enjoyed a lot and it is important to know the history this place is best