For a very long time I've been hearing about the Pima Air and Space Museum as a must see in the Tucson area, and now I know why.
Nancy and I joined our friends Don and Eileen, paid the $21 each admission fee, and started our tour of this huge place. Part of the admission fee was $6 per person for a guided tour in a tram of the 75 acres of all kinds of aircraft from all over the world, and going back to the beginning of flight. Our cameras were going crazy trying to get shots of as many of these great airplanes as we could. Our guide was an ex military and civilian pilot and he was just full of interesting information. It was quite cold in the tram but we managed somehow.
After this tour we next joined a free walking tour of the 4 hangers filled to the brim with more interesting airplanes. Our guide on this walking tour was also an ex military and a civilian pilot and he was also quite informative.
I've broken the pictures up into morning and afternoon as there were just to many for one post. We were given a constant stream of information about these airplanes, way to much to remember so I'm just posting the pictures without comments.
We all found these to be most interesting and hope you will also.