An F-18 Hornet Blue Angel plane inside one of the hangers being worked on, will be part of the collection soon at the Pima Air and Space Museum Tuesday July 30, 2013 in Tucson, Arizona. The Pima Air and Space Museum has landed on the list of the top 10 percent tourism business in the world by TripAdvisors, the second year so honored. The biggest project underway now is the complete overhaul of a the 390th Bombardment Group Memorial Museum, a museum-within-a-museum run by a separate group.

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If you want to explore the Pima Air and Space Museum, but don't want to do it in the heat, check out their evening program, Night Wings. The museum will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. tomorrow, July 26 and August 23.

There are more than 150 outdoor aircraft, as well as indoor planes and exhibits. Activity stations, prizes and food for purchase will also be available.

The museum is located at 6000 E. Valencia Road. General admission to Night Wings is $10; free for kids ages 12 and under.

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