Two WW2 bombers, a B-17 and a B24 touched down at the La Crosse Municipal airport along with a P-51 Mustang fighter plane.
Visitors can look, walk through, and even fly in all three of the planes.
Plane enthusiast Jim Murphy went up in the B-17.
"I can't imagine what it was like in combat, what a machine. That was really something special," said Murphy.
More than one-hundred spectators showed up Monday to see the planes. There were even a few WW2 veterans.
James R. Millan came to look at the B-17 bomber, a plane that he had flown in while serving the air force during WW2.
"I had 13 missions (in a B-17) and on the 13th mission I got shot down. I spent 19 months in the German prison camps," said Millan.
He is the only surviving crew member.
There are only 10 B-17 bombers left in the United States, and the B-24 bomber in La Crosse actually saw action says pilot Deric Ward.
"They were green after WW2 and scrapped most of the planes that came back to America after the war. There used to be thousands, but now there's just these few left," said Ward.
It's $425 per person to ride in one of the bombers, and $3,200 to fly the Mustang for an hour. Spectators are encouraged to bring pets, as they fly free