Estrella Warbirds Museum is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of military aircraft, vehicles and memorabilia of those who flew and worked in the military aviation field. Our approach, however, is not to glorify conflict but rather to make a future generation aware of the fact our way of life does not come without sacrifice.
Founded over 25 years ago by two men with two airplanes and a strong desire to see an aviation museum in Paso Robles, California, little did they realize how far and how rapidly their initial dream would carry them. Today, located on over 13 acres of land, situated on the Paso Robles Municipal Airport grounds, the Estrella Warbirds Museum is one of the fastest growing non-profit museum on the west coast. The museum has become an intregral part of the Paso Robles community attracting visitors from around the world.
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|Look What's New!||1956 Ford Pick Up "Big Window", "Star Wars", custom F-100 Pickup now on display in the Woodland Auto Dispay building. It is one of the finest examples of custom design and engineering for a pick up.
Herman Pfauter accepted the Littlefield Award for Preservation and Education Excellence presented by the Military Vehicle Preservation Association. Congrats to Mr. Pfauter for bringing that coveted award to Estrella Warbird Museum!
Focke-Wulf 149 D finds new home at Estrella Warbird Museum
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New vehicles added to the Red Ball Motor Pool
|Current Needs:||Looking for a few good volunteers to help out in the giftshop, docents or in the restoration shop. If you have some free time on your hands and want to volunteer a coupld days a month, and...are intested in making some great new friends in a fun place, call us or send us an email.|
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