Millville Army Air Field Museum
The Millville Army Air Field Museum preserves U.S. military aviation history, including the recent Middle East conflict. Museum programs and tours focus on education about Millville's vital role in aviation history and the history of the P-47 Thunderbolt. The museum is a federal nonprofit organization, which was founded in 1983, and incorporated by the State of New Jersey in 1988.
Great little slice of American history! Take the kids to the museum! There is a small diner on location, flight school, brewery....just a cute little spot of history.
Very informative and a fun museum to tour. Love the different displays through out the museum
Awesome place. Very informative and cool place to go to got a half a day.
They staff are friendly and knowledgeable. It's a great experience every time I visit.
America's first defense airport. Very nice museum of aviation history with the main focus on WW2 and the airport's use as a training facility. The staff is very friendly, and there are many vets who volunteer here as guides. You never know who you may meet. The last time we were there we met a guide who was a USMC vet who fought at the battle of Iwo Jima during WW2. Hearing first hand accounts from the "old days", as he put it, can never be replaced by what you read in a history book or see on tv.