The Museum Airpark display includes fighters, transports, trainers and helicopters. Click on each for more information.
- North American F-51D "Mustang"
- North American AT-6 "Texan"
- Beech C-45 "Expeditor"
- Douglas C-47 "Skytrain"
- Douglas C-131 "Samaritan"
- North American T-28 "Trojan"
- Lockheed T-33A "T-Bird"
- Lockheed F-94C "Starfighter"
- Northrop F-89H "Scorpion"
- Boeing C-97 "Stratofreighter"
- Convair F-102A "Delta Dagger"
- McDonnell F-101B "Voodoo"
- McDonnell RF-4C "Phantom II"
- McDonnell F-4C "Phantom II"
- Lockheed C-130A "Hercules"
- MIG 15 "Midget"
- Supermarine Mk VI "Spitfire" (3/4 Scale)
- Piper L-4 "Grasshopper"
- Bell UH-1H Iroquois "Huey" Helicopter (2)
- General Dynamics F-16 "Fighting Falcon"
Three additional Museum aircraft are located off-site.
- Curtiss Oriole (Located in 133rd Airlift Wing Base Operations Building)
- Curtiss JN-4H "Jenny" (Located in the Atrium of the Minnesota History Center)
- 1911 STECO Aerohydroplane (currently in storage)
The Museum is home to more than 6,000 artifacts and objects, including books, photographs, slides and videos. The collection includes:
- A chronology of the history of the Minnesota Air National Guard (a)
- An ejection seat from an F-4 (b)
- Eva Miller collection of the military life of Brigadier General Ray Miller, Father of the Minnesota Air National Guard (c & d)
- Aircraft training simulators - A Link Trainer, a C-97 Aircrew Trainer, Ac-130E Mission Flight simulator and several cockpits from mission aircraft of the MNANG (e & f)
- Numerous aircraft engines (bottom)
Work on the Huey
Volunteers are currently working on one of the Museum’s two Bell UH-1H Iroquois "Huey" Helicopters. This helicopter, used by the Minnesota National Guard Aviation Brigade, will be exhibited inside the Museum.