Museum

3278 25th St. SE, Salem, Oregon 97302 (Google Maps link)
Directions and parking map

MUSEUM & RESTORATION HANGAR HOURS:

TUESDAY: 10:00am – 4:00pm | THURSDAY: 10:00am – 4:00pm | SATURDAY: 10:00pm – 4:00pm

TO SCHEDULE A TOUR OR EVENT CALL: 971-803-2428

GROUND CREW TRAINING (Crew Leader Lead): 2nd Saturday every month. 

VETERANS COFFEE CLUB: 3rd Thursday every month. (Guests TBA)

The B-17 Alliance Foundation Museum & Restoration Hangar is now open to the public on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 10:00am – 4:00pm. If you come for a visit by appointment or as a volunteer and you or a family member are in a high-risk category, or if you are not feeling 100% well, please stay home. Follow the advice of your doctors and practice good hygiene, social distancing and keep yourselves and the ones you care about safe.

Step back in history with our museum displays that capture the stories of our nation’s veterans, artifacts, uniforms, letters, equipment, and photographs of the men and women who have served our country.

The museum is located next to the Lacey Lady’s restoration facility (Hangar C) at historic McNary Field (Salem Municipal Airport), 3278 25th Street SE, Salem, Oregon. Parking is designated in yellow on our map, near the Civil Air Patrol building. To visit call 971-803-2428 (from gate W-10), a volunteer docent will greet you and escort you across the parking lot to the museum and hangar. If you have any special requirements, such as wheelchair access, please let us know when you call, and we will gladly accommodate you.

Suggested donations of $10 per person when visiting the museum help defray operating expenses and are greatly appreciated.

Interested in an annual Museum Membership? Visit our Membership page.

Join an Alliance of People Who Care

Honor the American spirit that brought us to Victory in WWII.

Join our mailing list to stay up to date on the restoration of the Lacey Lady, Veterans Coffee Club, museum updates, fundraising and outreach events including living history and visiting aircraft, and volunteer opportunities as well as first hand news about how you can help!

Together, we will return the Lacey Lady to the skies!