For a nominal fee you could walk around and clamber through the two bombers all you wanted. No touching the P-51. For a tax-deductible fee of $425 you could take a half-hour flight in one of the bombers. We had to pass on the plane rides.
Here's a shot of the P-51. Sure wish I could have moved the orange cones a little. This is a two-seater trainer version of the plane, and I believe this is the only P-51 I've seen in person that doesn't have a bubble canopy. It's not clear in this picture, but there is a maintence technician on the other side of the plane who polished aluminum the entire time we were there.
The B-17 was taking off for one of the half-hour rides just as we got there and later I was able to take a few pictures of her landing.
Here's a better view of the nose art. This is a model "G" B-17, which is usually discernable by the distinctive "chin" turret you can see slung under the nose. You can plainly see the Norden bomb sight (that I posted about here earlier) in the nose bubble.
Clambering through these cramped monsters gives you a whole new appreciation for the brave men (like Steve's father ) who flew them under fire.