The museum is operated by the non-profit March Field
Museum Foundation. Its support comes entirely from donations, contributions,
and the proceeds from the gift shop.
Consider becoming a volunteer.
Click here for an application.
|Admission prices are:
12 yrs old and up: $10.00
Youth ages 5-11: $5.00
Children under 5
Active Duty and Reservists, with DOD ID card, are admitted
free of charge.
To schedule a Tour Group, call 951-902-5949.
Hours of Operation:
We are open from
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday - Sunday and most holidays excluding
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and Easter. We are closed on
The Museum store has soda pop
and snacks. One exit north of the museum on I-215 is Cactus Ave ; it
has several fast food restaurants; two exits north on I-215 is Alessandro
Blvd ; it also has many restaurants.
Group Tours for the hearing impaired
and Spanish speaking visitors are available with advance notice. The
museum has several wheelchairs available for visitor's use.
Guided Tour groups are welcome with two weeks
advance notice. To make arrangements, call (951) 902-5949 or
click here to send us an
The museum's mailing address is "March Field Air Museum,
P.O. Box 6463, March Air Reserve Base, CA 92518".
For UPS or FedEx delivery, the address is "March Field
Air Museum, 22550 Van Buren, Riverside, CA 92518".
Or, for additional museum information, call (951)
March Field Air Museum, and the P-38 National Museum are adjacent to
the March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, California. March Field Air
Museum serves as home to over 70 historic aircraft and many inside displays
relating to the history of March Field, now known as March Air Reserve Base.
The main building was erected in 1993. Its style reflects the traditional
hangars of earlier aviation days. The distinctive checkerboard roof can be
readily seen from the Interstate 215 freeway.
At the museum visitors can watch modern military aircraft as they land and
take off daily. Inside the museum the visitor will find thousands of
artifacts on display covering the years from 1918 to the present. Also displayed
in the hangar are some rare and unusual aircraft, including a P-59
fighter, the first operational jet adopted by the U.S. Air Force over 50