Hangar 25 Air Museum

Hangar 25 Air Museum: Preserving Aviation History in Big Spring, Texas


Steeped in the rich history of U.S. military aviation, the Hangar 25 Air Museum stands as a living testament to the brave souls of the past and a beacon of education for the future. Situated at 1911 Apron Drive and reachable at 432-264-1999, this gem in Big Spring, Texas, is an unmissable stop for history buffs, aviation enthusiasts, and patriots alike.


A Call to Explore

Since its opening in May of 1999, Hangar 25 has welcomed over 50,000 visitors from across the globe. The museum extends a warm invitation to anyone with ties to Big Spring or an interest in military history to come and witness the legacy of honor, heritage, and history firsthand.

A Haven of History and Heroism


The museum, occupying a magnificently restored World War II-era hangar, serves as a custodian of the Big Spring Army Air Force Bombardier School and Webb Air Force Base's storied past. Each exhibit within its walls speaks volumes of the valor and sacrifices of veterans who served with distinction.


Veterans' Voices Echo Through Time

Volunteers, many of whom are retired veterans and civil servants, breathe life into history by sharing personal anecdotes and narratives of the hangar's glory days during World War II and its pivotal role in the Cold War era, training more than 10,000 pilots.

Community Icon and Educator


More than just a museum, Hangar 25 is a pillar in the Big Spring community. It represents a proud heritage and imparts valuable lessons on the military traditions that have shaped the area's history. It's an immersive educational experience for all ages.


Embark on a Journey Back in Time


Visitors to Hangar 25 Air Museum can expect to embark on a chronological journey through the golden age of aviation and the pivotal moments of military training that defined Big Spring and the nation.


For those looking to immerse themselves in the echoes of the past and the timeless tales of valor, Hangar 25 Air Museum is the place to be. Visit their website for more information or call to plan your visit to this historical treasure. 



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