P-38 National Association
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P-38 Museum and Tony LeVier Hangar
(Located adjacent to the March Field Air Museum)
22550 Van Buren Blvd.
Riverside, CA 92518
P-38 National Association
PO Box 6453
March ARB, CA 92518
When coming from the North, exit at Van Buren and turn left (over the I-215) and continue past the stop light into the Museum grounds. When coming from the South, exit at Van Buren and turn right into the Museum grounds.
Hours of Operation
Due to our limited number of available docents, we are open on Saturday and Sunday during these hours:
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Our Museum visitors should wear a mask based on personal preference, informed by their own personal level of risk. The California Department of Public Health recommends wearing a mask in indoor public places.
If you have had or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the past 10 days, please wear a mask.
The entire P‑38 Museum project was accomplished with volunteer man hours and volunteer dollars — what an extraordinary accomplishment!
The P‑38 Museum is appropriately housed in an airplane hangar, adjacent to March Air Reserve Base in Riverside, CA. You can’t really miss our sign on the East side of I‑215 near March ARB in Southern California.
Our museum is dedicated to Chief Test Pilot, Tony LeVier, who flew over 200 different types of aircraft, declaring the P‑38 to be his favorite! Read more about Tony LeVier.
In the beginning…
After the P‑38 National Association was founded in May of 1987, one of it’s proudest accomplishments was building the Museum, which is supported on contributions of memorabilia and donations from the public and our Association Members.
Construction on the Museum began in the late 80’s and was supervised with perfection by P‑38 pilot, and former Association President, Dick Willsie. Have a look at the early construction photos of the Museum, and see what it looks like today!
Our P-38 Museum is well over 20 years old, and was past due for a facelift. But, actually, we did much more than that. Our P-38 Museum has been completely remodeled. It has taken us nearly eight months to complete the job and tens of thousands of dollars.
That’s where you can help. Since we do not receive any funding from the USAF, Lockheed or the March Field Air Museum, your help really counts with us! Make Your Remodel Donation here. If you’re ever in the area, please stop by and check it out!
Learn more about our Exhibits, our Monument, our many exceptional Dioramas, and Sculptures.
Offering visitors a genuine “P‑38 Experience.”
Although we are housed on the grounds of the March Air Museum, the P‑38 Association’s Museum is a separate and independent non-profit organization.
We are not affiliated with the USAF or Lockheed, and our entire operation is supported solely by people like you. See how you can help us with our mission!
Non-Profit StatusThe P-38 National Assn is a 501(c)(19) non-profit, tax–exempt veteran’s organization.
Each Docent volunteers their time at the Museum to answer questions and act as “hosts” to our visitors. All Docent Duty is coordinated with great dedication by Howard & Maryann Ramshorn.
If you have a passion for the P‑38 and a few hours to spare, we sure could use your help. We offer free training, so if your spirit is willing, let us know.
The P-38 Association is always looking for helping hands. Whether it’s helping out at our P‑38 Museum in Riverside, CA, or volunteering to be “boots on the ground” at air shows, membership drives or a myriad of other activities, we welcome your participation. Just fill in this brief form and someone from our organization will be in touch!
Become a Member!
There are plenty of ways that you can help support us in our mission. You can become a member of the P‑38 Association, of course. Everyone is welcome to join, and that gives us legs to stand on in our march into the future.