The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force will be Open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27th.

Join the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force on a historic journey!

Dive into the remarkable life of Lt. Colonel Robert “Rosie” Rosenthal alongside his son, Dan for a one-day tour. Begin your day with a captivating breakfast lecture by Dan himself, setting the stage for an unforgettable adventure.

Hop aboard our tour bus as we whisk you away to the WWII Flight Training Museum in Douglas, Georgia – the very grounds where “Rosie” embarked on his soaring journey in 1942.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity on June 22nd!

Secure your spot for just $99 per person.

Let’s honor a legacy that took flight! Book Now!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Transportation
  • Museum admissions
  • Tour leader
  • Breakfast, Lunch & refreshments

Each historic site and/or museum will involve some amount of walking and there might be a few stairs. Each property has facilities that can accommodate any physically challenged requirement. The motorcoach transport is equipped with A/C, lavatory, easy boarding stairs and a wheelchair lift.

If you have any food allergy or a dietary requirement that requires Kosher meals or gluten-free food product, please advise us at the time of booking.

Alerting the dining establishment to ensure the product for many of these requests requires notice and we want to ensure that we are able to fulfill your requests.

All gratuities are included in your tour booking. You do not need to tip unless you choose to do so.

Tour leaders and managers will not accept tips.

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Please contact our Director of Educational Travel, Mark Copeland, via email or phone (912) 988-1842 for any additional questions.


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