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VIEWING OPPORTUNITY FOR BASE CENTENNIAL AIR SHOW
|Museums in Inland Empire|
Date(s): 04/07/2018 to 04/08/2018
Day(s): Saturday Sunday
Time(s): 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Address: 22550 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside, CA 92518
Cost: For just $30 per automobile (oversize vehicle rates higher), parking and entry to the Museum will be provided
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The March Field Air & Space Expo at March Air Reserve Base (ARB) has been announced for the weekend of April 7-8, 2018. The year’s show is significant as it marks the 100th anniversary of historic March Field, and is anticipated to draw record crowds. Guests who have previously attended air shows at March ARB know that parking and traffic will be severely congested at the base itself. March Field Air Museum is proud to announce it will, once again, help alleviate the congestion by offering a convenient alternative: for a single per-vehicle entry fee, the Museum will provide guests an opportunity to view the aerial demonstrations and fly-bys in a less-congested location with efficient on-site parking.
Located adjacent to the west side of the runway at March ARB without direct base access, the Museum offers an excellent and alternative view of the aerial demonstrations from its location just outside and immediately adjacent to the Base. With customized, live narration of the aerial demonstrations provided both days, more than 80 aircraft on static display, plus extensive indoor exhibits, the Museum offers a great opportunity to see the air show from a great vantage point in a unique environment.
The Museum will have food trucks and other vendors on hand to offer food and beverages for purchase. Guests may also bring their own previously prepared food and drink. A beer and wine garden will offer adult beverages on-site (outside alcohol is strictly prohibited). For just $30 per automobile (oversize vehicle rates higher), parking and entry to the Museum will be provided. Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs and shade to watch the show.
Of special interest this year is an all-new Museum exhibit titled “March of Flight: A Century of Service” which showcases 100 years of growth, changing facilities, personnel and missions at March Field through photographs and artifacts. This is a great opportunity to learn more about March Field’s pioneering role in helping to shape today’s Air Force. Guests are also encouraged to see the Museum’s latest acquisition, a full-size replica of the “Wright 1903 Flyer” which launched the modern era of powered flight.
Parking of vehicles at the Museum will begin both days at 8 a.m.
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