Most of the planes we see are flying in the sky – but there’s an opportunity to see planes up close that have helped fight in historical wars.
This season at the Dakota Territory Air Museum, there will plane displays that date back to both the World Wars and the Korean War.
Also new, is the P-51 Mustang which is an American single seat fighter and fighter bomber that was used during World War 2.
The Board of Directors President at the museum says that every plane here made a mark in history and there’s a lot to learn.
“People come here and they say, ‘wow’ you know for the City of Minot this is spectacular you know for the size of community that we have,” said Dan Larson, Board of Directors President.
The Dakota Territory Air Museum will be opening on May 12th.
The season lasts through mid-October.