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Heroes in History: Chennaults Flying Tigers Legacy
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Monroe, LA
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About
Where valor resides and history breathes, imagine parking your RV amid the legacy of heroes. This unique RV camping destination offers not just a place to rest, but an immersive journey through Americas military and aviation history. With over 11,000 artifacts spanning from World War I to the operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, this site pays homage to the brave hearts who have shaped the nation. Dive into the legendary tales of General Claire Lee Chennault and the fearless Flying Tigers, whose stories of courage and tactics are vividly brought to life. The museum is more than just a collection of items; it's a tribute to the undying spirit of those who served. Plan your visit on a Tuesday or Friday morning to witness the grand spectacle of restored aircraft in all their gloryan exclusive experience that melds the past with the present. As you journey through the expansive exhibits, each artifact whispers tales of heroism and sacrifice, urging you to reflect on the price of freedom. While the museum kindly requests donations to sustain its noble mission, the real treasure is in the enriching experience it offers to every visitor. Conveniently located for travelers heading East on Interstate 20, with clear directions to ensure an easy arrival, it's a stop that enriches your RV camping adventure with profound memories. Though the museum rests on Sundays and Mondays, the commitment to making history accessible goes beyond traditional hours, offering scheduling flexibility for those planning to stay. This is not just an RV stop; it's a pilgrimage to the heart of America's valorous legacy. A must-visit for those who cherish history, seek inspiration, and honor the heroes who've defended freedom's call.
Opening Hours
Monday
Open 24 Hours
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
Open 24 Hours
Suitability
Pets Allowed
Amenities
Gift Shop
Historical Exhibit
Picnic/Patio Area
Availability
Same Day Requests
Yes
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Parking & Arrival
Two power options are available. Check in for parking instructions.
Max Rig Size:
Over 45 ft
Parking Spaces:
2
Parking Surface:
Pavement
Check-In Method:
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Items to Purchase
We have a small gift shop with memorabilia, shirts, hats and more! You can also purchase online at our gift shop at www.chennaultmuseum.org You can also donate at Chennaultmuseum.org/donate We are closed on Sunday and Monday. You are welcome to stay with a preapproved reservation but reservations will not be approved on these days.
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