Estrella WarBirds Museum

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Estrella Warbirds Museum is one of the fastest growing museums in CA

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There is always plenty to do and see at Estrella Warbirds Museum whether you are 3 or 93!

"Warbirds Over Paso" Air Show
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Armament & Ordnance

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Aircraft at the museum can be privately owned and on display, on loan from military organizations or belong to Estrella Warbirds Museum

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Welcome to the Woodland Family Automobile Collection!

  • Woodland Auto Display
  • Home to Sprint Cars, Midget Race Cars, Modified, Super Modified, California Super Modified,
  • NASCAR, Stock Car, Indy Cars, Historic Motorcycles,Antique, Vintage, Classic, Custom and even
  • Some of your favorite newer cars, auto and racing memoriabilia.
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Note: In order to keep the displays looking fresh, some of the listed vehicles may be temporarily cycled out for maintenance, on loan, or to make room for other vehicles.

Missiles On Display at Estrella Warbirds Museum

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Vehicles on display are frame up restorations. Got talent? We've got more to do.

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Estrella Warbirds Museum is one of the fastest growing museums in CA

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Woodland Building Development

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The Estrella WarBirds Museum Board of Directors accepted a proposal and generous donation from Richard Woodland, for construction of a 4,950 square foot display building. Mr. Woodland has been a long term supporter and member of the Estrella WarBirds Museum.  Construction started early 2009 and is scheduled for completion during late July to early August of the same year. He has a keen interest in helping to preserve the past in order to inspire the future.

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The Woodland Building sits adjacent to the Brooks Building.   It was originally designed following the same motif as Freedom Hall, with high ceiling, clear story windows plus the addition of several roll up garage doors and topped with a fire sprinkler system. The facility was insulated, sheetrocked, and underwent some serious interior painting.


This base facility is designed to house a different type of artifact and memorabilia which unique to the Paso Robles area.  The original planned displays have very much complimented the existing vast array of items on display at Estrella WarBirds Museum and encourage a larger visitor audience for years to come.
The exterior trellis work compliments the same on nearby buildings. Sprinkler systems, fire and security alarms were added. The total construction/completion time took approximately 5 months. Following the same tradition of previous buildings on the museum grounds, this facility was completed with no outstanding debt.

Sheet metal workers review finish trims for siding and windows of the "Norwalk Garage" facade which is now part of a static display. EWM Membership chairman, Bob Kelly, finishes up sheetrock work on the interior of the display.
Woodland4Finish detail shows initial hardware installation of oil can storage, just prior to installation of the restored gas pumps. If you would have seen the gas pumps two weeks prior to installation, you would fully understand the incredible restoration work done by the Estrella WarBirds museum crew! They were rusted and literally beyond recognition prior to the touch of the masters´ hands!

Woodland4Local mural artist (and member) Gerri O´Brien's unwavering hands do their incredible work on multiple 12 foot high murals which highlighted a historical location of Paso Robles. Her detailed work is also featured in the Freedom Hall museum facility. Great job! Take a look at the finish mural HERE.

July 19th, 2009. The new facility building was officially opened for business! For pictures from start to finish, click on the Automobile Display sign to the left. It took many wonderful volunteers doing a magnificent job to create this incredible display experience. Thanks everybody! Great job!
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