March Field Air Museum

22550 Van Buren Boulevard

March Field Air Museum ....The Keepers of Our Air and Space Heritage

Our mission is to:

Celebrate and Preserve Aviation History and Inspire Current and Future Generations

The March Field Air Museum commemorates the achievements of our military and civilian aviators; provides educational resources and programs; promotes public awareness of past, present and future air and space technologies; and depicts the history of March Field Air Base.


To be the premier Air Museum of the Inland Empire; To provide inspirational learning opportunities that encourage discovery; and provide an environment in which to have FUN!

Purpose and Goals:

The March Field Museum Foundation seeks support from the community to fund and advance the Museum’s educational, preservation, restoration and collections programs. These programs include:

- Unique educational and learning opportunities and environments
- Focused youth experiences and activities which stimulate exploration, imagination, learning and fun (Target audience: 5th-7th graders and military Junior Cadet students - 30,000 per year)
- Recognition programs which celebrate military aviation and the aviators who preserve our freedoms ... yesterday, today and tomorrow
- March Field AirFest and Military Appreciation Picnic – celebrating, recognizing and thanking the men and women of our nation’s Armed Forces for their service and sacrifices
- Supporting and Partnering with the Riverside National Cemetery in honoring our nation’s veterans


David Carmona

Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018

A wonderful museum!!! Loved all the planes. The Japanese plane in the back was a big surprise didn't expect to see one

Cassidy Tutt

Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018

A wide selection of Planes. The kids loved it!!! I suggest taking the tram. It's covered, so shady, but it's also narrated, and a great way to see all the planes (cost $3 extra...totally worth it)


Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018

Spectacular sights and exhibits of historical aircrafts. The staff is very friendly we recommend you visit this airbase. Thank you Veterans.

Kevin Carr

Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017

When you walk into the quonset hut entrance, it is analogous to going back in time to the early 1940s...... the music, the exhibits, the volunteers. Quite nice. Most of the airplanes are located in an outside area and can be seen up close. A pretty good exhibit of older planes.


Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018

Wow. just wow, such a great collection of aircraft. Including sr-71 and b52. But not just aircraft, museum also takes good care to keep the memory of all the people who flew the aircraft and who made them fly. The staff there do an excellent job.