Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
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The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is best known as the home of the world’s largest wooden flying boat, the ”Spruce Goose,” the SR-71 “Blackbird,” the Titan II SLV Missile and the P-38 “Lightning.” In addition, there are more than 200 historic aircraft, spacecraft and exhibits on display, along with Oregon’s largest IMAX® 3D theater. The hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily except when it is closed for Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and Easter. The Museum facility is located at 500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way, across the highway from the McMinnville Airport and about three miles southeast of McMinnville, Ore., on Highway 18. Regular visitor admission is required. Call 503-434-4180 for more information, and visit www.evergreenmuseum.org.
The Museum campus is also be home to the Evergreen Wings & Waves Water Park. Featuring four water slides, a massive wave pool, water structures and an interactive children’s museum, Wings & Waves is the place to be in the summer!
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