The Flying Tigers were founded between the Chinese and the Americans who were devoted to fight for peace with the Japan Fascist in 1943 in China at the peak of Pacific War. The Guilin Flying Tigers Museum was built in the Flying Tiger Guilin Heritage Park in memory of Flying Tigers at the end of 2015. It stands at Yangtang Old Airport, at the hillside 13km away from Guilin and 2km from Lingui County.

You could visit the historical sites and relics, such as General Chennault’s Operations and Command Cave (the former command post of Flying Tigers), Flying Tigers’ photos, the documentation on building the airport of Yangtang, the military uniforms and the badges of the pilots, some newspapers on Flying Tigers during that period donated by the Flying Tiger Historical Organization, the remains of the fighters used then, C-47 fighter, etc.

All the articles tell you the contribution of the Flying Tigers to liberation of Guilin and show you the deep friendship between the Chinese and the American then. They helped each other; they combated the same enemy – the Japanese Fascist during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Discover the historical relics and reverence the doings of the heroes from what they left us. Know much more and go back to the past with these relics.


FREE (all persons)

Hours: 09:00 am – 12:30 pm (Morning) & 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm (Afternoon)

Address: 桂林市临桂区西城大道北侧(飞虎公园旁)

The Guilin Flying Tigers Museum is open daily.

Guilin Flying Tigers Museum