You can experience World War II aviation history this weekend at the Lyon Air Museum at John Wayne International Airport.
Exhibits include airplanes, automobiles and military vehicles. Highlights are a Boeing B-17 bomber, a Douglas C-47 transport, a North American B-25 medium bomber, a German staff car, Army jeeps and military motorcycles.
The museum is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week. It's located on the west side of John Wayne International Airport at 19300 Ike Jones Road.
General admission is $12, seniors and veterans are $9, youths 5-17 are $6 and children under 5 are free.
The museum is named for Gen. William Lyon, a decorated airman, successful businessman, and an active
supporter of the community. His company William Lyon Homes has built more than 75,000 new residences in the West.