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Air Victory Museum

68 Stacy Haines Road

Mission Statement:
The Air Victory Museum mission can be divided into three parts.
First and foremost is EDUCATION. Educating the youth of our communities about technological advances and encouraging them to continue their education and make advances of their own.

Second, the Museum celebrates these advances.

And Third, the Museum honors the people responsible for these advances.


Tom Mauchly

Thursday, May 10, 2018
I brought my Cadets to see the museum but it was being renovated. So they got it even better experience, climbing all over aircraft cleaning them and helping with the renovation. Great staff there.

Katie Horstman

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Cool place to visit, not your typical museum - kind of like a collector and hobbyist teamed up to bring you a sweet hangar filled with all things flight. There's a lot of little things to look at, all independently as you are your own tour guide. And heads up, it's cash only - like $5.

Charles Quandt

Friday, May 4, 2018
Mainly carrier aircraft and some rare engines. Three rooms of uniforms. Lots of stuff hanging, more models than I’ve ever seen before. A bit crowded and dis-organized.

Aj Haines

Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014
A great little museum right in your backyard!! Its inexpensive and has a very interesting and eclectic collection which will having you coming back to see things you missed before. Plus enthusiastic volunteers who light up when you ask questions make it win-win. Even better to get in the mood is to stop for breakfast or lunch at the Runway Cafe before you go. It shares the same parking lot as the museum and has a view of the end of South Jersey Regional Airport's runway. Its a small place with great homemade food and friendly service. If you're looking to get out of the house, not spend a lot of money, and have an interesting time, go for it! Bring a few extra $$$ or change for the restoration donation buckets that are in front of some of the aircraft inside! Every bit helps and its great to see the progress they've made since I first visited close to 15 years ago. Definitely worth it!

mike marra

Friday, May 12, 2017
Superb staff and displays - one of the very best aviation museums on the east coast!

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