Snoopy and the Red Baron are fighting it out at this museum in Virginia Beach

The Snoopy and the Red Baron exhibit is on display at the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach (Southside Daily photo/Courtesy of the Military Aviation Museum)
The Snoopy and the Red Baron exhibit is on display at the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach (Southside Daily photo/Courtesy of the Military Aviation Museum)

VIRGINIA BEACH — Snoopy has landed in Virginia Beach, and will be here through Oct. 14.

Visitors of the Military Aviation Museum can relive the adventures of Snoopy and the Red Baron traveling exhibit from the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, California.

According to the aviation museum’s website, the exhibit brings this favorite story line in Peanuts to life through high quality reproductions of original comic strips.

Charles Schulz, author of the Peanuts cartoon and comic franchise, introduced Snoopy as the WWI “Flying Ace” in 1965. Over the decades, the Flying Ace became one of Snoopy’s most recognizable personas, according to the aviation museum’s website.

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The exhibit contains images of Snoopy dressed in a leather flying cap, goggles and scarf, as he takes “to the skies atop of his doghouse, which his imagination transformed into a Sopwith Camel biplane,” according to the Schulz Museum’s website.

Exhibit admission is included with regular admission to the aviation museum, according to their website.

Visit the Military Aviation Museum’s website or call 757-721-7767 for information.

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