They opened the new hangar at the National Museum of the US Air Force Museum in June. I've been meaning to get down there because it has some planes that I haven't seen in years. They were kept in a hangar that was actually on the base. At first, they had a bus that would take people over there. Then they allowed you to drive on base with a special pass. After 9/11, they went back to the bus. Since I usually don't get there until noon or so, the bus is usually filled up, so I've been to that hangar a couple of times out of the many times that I've visited the museum. So when I found out they were moving those planes back to the main museum, I was happy.
I got a pretty late start and by the time I got to the museum, the main lot was full and they were parking people on the grass. I was about to head over there and then I noticed the parking lot by the Air Park was empty. I didn't see any signs that said you couldn't park there, so that's where I parked and it was pretty nice.