The organization is associated with the Planes of Fame Museum in Chino, California. This aviation museum founded in 1957, houses static and flying aircraft, including a flying P-38 Lightning, a rarity in the historic aircraft world. This venue includes the P-38 Lightning “23 Skiddoo” and memorabilia associated with the 475th. The museum is located at the Chino Airport at 7000 Merrill Avenue #17, Chino, CA 91710. Hours of operation are 10 am – 5pm, phone 909-597-3722. Website: www.planesoffame.org. At a secure, climate controlled facility near the Planes of Fame, memorabilia not used for display is housed and is undergoing identification by 475th veterans and family members.
Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum on historic Ford Island, located in Honolulu, is the newest attraction among the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites.The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is a non-profit founded in 1999 to develop an aviation museum in Hawaii. This WWII-focused museum presents historical aircraft, exhibits & even a simulated flight experience. Since first opening its doors to the public in December of 2006, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor has grown steadily, adding aircraft and exhibits, now occupying two WWII hangars. And in 2010, it was ranked among the top 10 aviation-related attractions in the country by TripAdvisor®.
Another venue that houses 475th FGHF memorabilia is at the Museum of Flight, located in Seattle, Washington. The Museum of Flight is a private, non-profit air and space museum at the King County International Airport, just south of Seattle. The museum was founded in 1965 and the exhibit there includes a mockup of the P-38 Lightning and other memorabilia associated with the 475th. Interactive screens and other items of interest have been provided to enhance the exhibit for the public. The museum is located at 9404 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA 98108. The hours of operation are 9am to 5pm and the phone number is 206-764-5700.