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Pendleton Air Museum

Preserving History For Generations To Come

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        The mission of the Pendleton Air Museum is exclusively for charitable, scientific, historical, and educational purposes, more specifically to acquire, preserve, interpret, demonstrate and display for the publics enjoyment and education. Items donated that represent the history of the Pendleton Army Airfield and the role played by the public and surrounding area.

   Starting out as a Hub for Airmail in 1930, until the building of the Army Airfield in February of 1941, to the 17th Bombardment and their Squadrons of B-25 North American Mitchell Bombers, the 330th Maintenance Group, ending with the 555th Infantry Unit of paratroopers. Today it is the home to Pendleton Regional Airport and the National Guard and its Chinooks, also housing a group of future aerial unmanned vehicles.

Hours and days of Operation

   Spring/Summer Hours April 1st to September 30th!                                  Fall/Winter October 1st to March 31st!

                  Sunday: CLOSED                                                                                        Sunday: CLOSED
                 Monday: CLOSED                                                                                       Monday: CLOSED 
                 Tuesday: CLOSED                                                                                        Tuesday: CLOSED
        Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm                                                              Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
                                               Please call or email ahead for special tours or additional hours
                                               Phone: 541-276-6156 or email:

      The museum will be closing on Mondays until further notice or Volunteers are found, sorry for any inconvenience.
                                                Please call ahead if you would like to schedule a group tour.

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