Children under 6 free.
Family group rate: 2 adults, 3 youth for $20.
A nice air museum I visited the Palm Springs Air Museum with a group of women, and the first thing that each and every one of us said when we walked in was my husband/son/dad/other male person is so jealous that I'm coming here! My dad is a HUGE air museum fan and my grandparents on my mom's side were pilots, so I know a lot about planes and air museums. And I thought that this one, while not as large as many I've seen, was an excellent museum. On the day we visited, many of the planes that were normally inside were outside, since the hangars were being rented out for an event the next day. There were still a good amount of planes inside and plenty to read on all of the signs and exhibits. There's a nice little kids' area in the second hangar with lots of things for kids to climb and play on. Perfect for distracting the little ones while others in the family check out the museum. My favorite part of this museum, and what makes it unique from others I've visited, was the library. This is located upstairs in the main building and its stuffed full of model planes, every issue of LIFE magazine from 1936 onward, a huge collection of military-themed movies, and lots of volunteers on hand who would love nothing more than help you research your family's military history or just share a story with you about their experiences in the war. There are also flight simulator computers in the library, so you can brush up on your flight skills. This is a nice, not overwhelming museum with a solid collection of WWII planes and lots of history for the airplane buff. *I received admission to this museum as part of a press trip that I was on. All opinions posted here are mine and mine alone.