The world's only flying B-29 Superfortress, Fifi, landed in Tulsa Thursday.
"Beautiful four-engine bomber. It's the type of bomber that actually wound up ending World War II," said Kim Jones, of the Tulsa Air and Space Museum.
The bomber is spending the weekend at the Air and Space Museum.
It's one of four World War II planes you can check out, and you can even book a flight.
The museum is also hosting the first ever Food Truck Festival this weekend.
Food vendors will be dishing out everything from the traditional festival foods to gourmet bites.
Admission is $15 a person and that gets you admission to the museum, planetarium, and the ability to check out all the cool planes, including a tour of Fifi.