For almost 20 years, this was known as the Weeks Air Museum until founder Kermit Weeks moved his private collection of planes to Polk City, and created Fantasy of Flight. A group of flight enthusiasts then banded together and reopened this place in 2001 under a different name. Still loaded with lots of classic and military aircraft, such as a B-26 that flew in the Bay of Pigs invasion, the site brands itself a 'living museum', in honour of aviators and veterans. (Meaning: these babies can still fly.) Every Saturday at 11am, weather permitting, you can come and watch the planes take to the sky for some formation flying.