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Legacy Flight Museum

400 Airport Road
208-359-5905

The Legacy Flight Museum was started by aircraft enthusiast John Bagley.

The museum opened in 2006, with the goal that gives visitors the opportunity to see up close some of the machines that have served our country and provided us with the freedoms we currently enjoy.



Reviews

Braxton Lewis

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Very fun. Small simple and some big history!! I love that all but one of there display fly! The rang from p-51 fighters to observation bird dog planes. There yearly show is pretty great too on the history side. All of the planes are from WW2 or earlier.

Douglas Brown

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Thursday, April 26, 2018
What a fun place! They have an amazing selection of vintage World War II era planes. Lots of other interesting memorabilia from World War II the Korean War Vietnam. The amazing thing is almost all the planes in the museum fly. They regularly take them out and fly them. The museum is so well kept and is definitely worth a visit. We have a piano sale there and they rent the facility for weddings it's an awesome setting. If you have the time you should definitely go check it out!

Dallin Smith

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Monday, June 18, 2018
Air show was amazing I loved all they had. The people where super nice and helpful and really shows appreciation for everyone that came out to watch

Nicole Webb

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
We visited the airshow, so we didn't go in the museum, but they gave a great presentation with fun informational material and were in awesome costumes.

stephen hovey

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Monday, June 11, 2018
The other reviewer's say it all. Great family active, admission fee very reasonable, compaired too other flight Museums. One of the best I've been to on this side of the Mississippi. I was amazed that all planes are in flyable condition. They host an air show once a year in June? Allow yourself time to take it all in, you will not be disappointed. Very knowledgeable guides, located at the Rexburg international airdrome.

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