The War Eagles Air Museum is a non-profit organization supported by memberships,
admission and contributions. Its operation is made possible by a growing group of
enthusiastic volunteers and members. Join today!
As you tour through the spacious 64,000 sq. ft. display building you will discover
the warbirds of the World War II era, and jet fighters used in the Korean Conflict,
and later. These include some of the famous fighters such as the P-51 Mustang, the
P-38 Lightning, the P-40 Warhawk, the F-4U-4 Corsair, plus a twin-engine Invader
bomber, a DC-3 transport and a German observation aircraft, the Fiesler-Storch. Among
the jets built in the 1950s, you will find an F-86 Sabre, a T-33 Silver Star and
MIG-15s. Also, you will enjoy several antique automobiles.
Contact us using any of the following methods:
The War Eagles Air Museum is located at the Doña Ana County Airport at Santa Teresa,
New Mexico. The museum is conveniently open to the public Tuesday through Sunday
from 10AM to 4PM.