One of the leading attractions in the region, volunteers of the Warhawk Air Museum restore and preserve historic military aircraft from the World War I era to the 1970s. The museum includes interpretive displays along with static displays and offers guided tours with docents who tell the history of the aircraft and the efforts to preserve them. Owing to the museum's extensive efforts to record and share oral histories of veterans, visitors to this museum can learn about the personal experiences of men and women who served in the military and those who served the nation in other capacities. The museum includes 40,000 square feet of space with numerous historic aircraft, vehicles, and equipment. Highlihgts of the museum include two of the only restored Curtiss P-40 World War II fighter airplanes in the world and a rare P-51C razorback Mustang fighter, also from World War II.