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Malmstrom Air Force Base Museum

90 Whitehall Dr, Great Falls, MT 59402
+1 406-731-2705
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Good for what i saw.

The static displays were great, misses, bombers about three or four different type cars. Wish the... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2017
Neosho, Missouri
Excellent, informative- A must for Great Falls visitors

Museum director Rob was very informative and personable, taking time to answer all questions and... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2017
Springfield, Oregon
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Monday - Friday: 10:00am-4:00pm Closed all US Federal Holidays We are located on the East side of Great Falls, Montana at the east end of 2nd Ave North just inside the Malmstrom AFB main gate to the right. Because the Museum and Air Park are within the Malmstrom AFB perimeter, public access or non-US DoD cardholders will need to process through the Visitor Control Center located outside and just right of the 2nd Avenue Gate (6220 Goddard Dr.). A valid US or Canadian Driver's License or ID card is required for public access. Children 16 and over will require a valid photo ID (e.g., Driver's License, State or Gov't ID, School ID). Accompanied children less than 16 years of age, do not require an ID card for access. Non-US/Canadian Driver's License/ID Card holders may coordinate in advance as Passport or Visa clearances can take up to 72 business-hours to process for entry authorization. Group Visits and Special Arrangements may be coordinated by contacting the museum. Exterior Displays: F-101B/F, Voodoo; B-25J, Mitchell Bomber; EB-57 B/E, Canberra; F-84F, Thunderstreak; UH-IF, Huey (Iroquois); T-33, Shooting Star; KC-97G, Stratotanker; LGM-30G Minuteman III, ICBM; and more. Interior Displays: One of the largest military model aircraft displays in the northwest; World War II Era barracks room; Lend Lease Diorama; Air Defense Weapons, SAGE Computer, Flight suit and Survival Equipment displays; Minuteman I and II missile launch control consoles; Minuteman Launch Facility cutaway; Minuteman III Post Boost Control System; MM II Re-Entry vehicle; Army Air Corps and US Air Force uniform display; Lewis and Clark Portage Map of Great Falls, Montana. Visitors may also view a Minuteman Missile system video highlighting current missile field operations, maintenance and sustainment.
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90 Whitehall Dr, Great Falls, MT 59402
+1 406-731-2705
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Reviewed 26 August 2017

The static displays were great, misses, bombers about three or four different type cars. Wish the museum building would have been open, but what I saw was very good.

Thank kennyp881
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Museum director Rob was very informative and personable, taking time to answer all questions and educate us on the history of Malmstrom. As a former Airman resident of MAFB who spent ample time in this museum during my enlistment, I still learned a lot here....More

1  Thank kazrewom
Reviewed 14 July 2017

Malmstrom AFB is not much to look at. Fairly unattractive buildings. However, the museum is worth a visit.

1  Thank TreadingGrain
Reviewed 2 July 2017

Excellent, small museum showcasing the heritage of the US Air Force, Great a Falls MT, our ICBM mission and status. Very knowledgable curator. A good way to spend a few hours.

Thank Danny_B918
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

Visited the museum today. Nice introductory video for the small, clean museum. Very knowledgeable curator. Interesting for anyone who has an interest in missiles and/or AF history.

Thank Renee N
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

Thanks Rob for the tour, movie, and information on the heritage museum on Malmstrom AFB. You need a pass at Gate 2 Visitors Center, easy 10 minutes later you walk to museum. Planes outside to view and plenty of base history inside. Took about an...More

Thank Fire6257
Reviewed 19 May 2017

My wife, I and our adult daughter visited there 5/15/17.Security is rather tight; it *is* an Air Force Base. Park and leave your car at the entrance. Fill out a short form and leave your driver license with them. Montana residents are required to use...More

Thank Frank A
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Thanks to Rob for having us and showing us around the museum. We had 12 guys in our group and I communicated with Rob ahead of our visit to coordinate authorization so we didn't have to waste time on security checks when we got there....More

Thank Neal B
Reviewed 7 May 2017

I always enjoy going to the base air museum. It's fun to look at all of the military equipment that they have.

Thank Moerygar65
Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

Interesting place to see if you are in the area. There is a museum and some air craft on the base but you need a pass and sponsor to get on the base.

Thank Chick4rabbit
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16 February 2017|
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Response from Malmstrom_Heritage | Property representative |
Thank you for your interest in visiting our museum. As much as I hate to say unfortunately, unfortunately we are not open on weekends or U.S. Federal holidays. Will you be in town Friday? We are closed this coming Monday... More
22 July 2016|
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Response from Malmstrom_Heritage | Property representative |
ricktlu, Thank you for your question and thank you to those that got to answering before I did. :) The admission to the museum and airpark is free. All you need to do is go to the Visitor Control Center just outside and... More