Western Sky Aviation Warbird Museum

Western Sky Aviation Warbird Museum

 On display for a limited time the P-51 Mustang “Section Eight” & the T-33 Shooting Star (Blue Angel)

P-51 Mustang, Aviation Museum, St. George, UTStarting production in 1940, the North American P-51 Mustang became one of the most famous fighter aircraft of WWll. It was one of the first fighters to see combat in the Korean War. Today most of the surviving P-51 Mustangs are displayed in museum’s or privately owned by those dedicated to preserve aviation history. Number originally built: approx. 16,000, Number still airworthy: approx. 160


T-33 Blue Angel, Aviation Museum in St. George, UT

Produced from 1948-1959 the T-33 Shooting Star was first built by Lockheed as an American avanced trainer jet aircraft. Despite its vintage the T-33 still remains in service worldwide. Canada and Japan also built T-33 variants. In the 1950’s the T-33 was used as support aircraft for both the U.S. Navy Blue Angels & the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds.

 Museum hours: Saturday’s 10:00am – 4:00pm (closed Saturday Dec. 24, 2011)

 Admission is free but donations are welcome: Suggested donation $2 per person $5 per family

 For more information or to arrange a group tour please call Rebecca Edwards, (435) 669-0655

Western Sky Aviation Warbird Museum, 4196 South Airport Parkway, St. George, Utah 84770

The Museum is located next to the St. George Municipal Airport off exit 2. An easy 20 minute drive from the Best Western Coral Hills