The Evergreen Air & Space Museum is an aviation museum located in McMinnville, Oregon. This museum contains over 200 historic aircraft, spacecraft, and other essential goods and services that teach visitors about America’s aviation history. Evergreen’s most prominent attraction is the Spruce Goose, the largest all-wooden airplane ever built. The Evergreen Air & Space Museum also displays World War I, World War II, and Vietnam-era aircraft. Another popular exhibit is the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, a 2000 miles per hour reconnaissance plane, which the American government was tasked with taking pictures of deep inside the Soviet Union. The goal of this museum is to preserve history while honoring veterans about the sacrifices that they made.