To all of the faithful followers of warbirds, various warbird museums/collections/shows in Florida have enacted various states of closures, limitations or are open. This list is not inclusive of all locations, I will list what I know of and will update this list as possible.
Again, best thing to do is call before travelling to visit.
Updated 2 August 2020
Warbirds Adventure: Currently open. Fantasy of Flight: Closed until the fall as part of their normal schedule. Valiant Air Command: The museum is closed. Air Force Armament Museum: Opening as of 1 July. National Naval Air Museum: Museum is closed. Stallion 51: Lots of people like to stop by and they are very accommodating to visitors, not sure if this is still the case. American Aero Services: Lots of people like to stop by and they are very accommodating to visitors, not sure if this is still the case. Florida Air Museum: Temporary hours as of May 29, 2020. At this time, we will be open on weekends – Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm and Sundays 12 pm from 4 pm. $10 admission donation for adults 18 and older. Deland Naval Air Museum: Closed at this time.
Kermit Weeks shared this picture via Facebook on 3 July of some of his aircraft located at the Aero Trader yard in California. Not sure if these will ever come to Florida but one can hope.
The A-20G Havoc, 43-22197, was owned by Howard Hughes at one point. The B-26C nose, 41-35075, was previously owned Charles Patterson of Pacific Palisades, who bought this nose in the late 40s. B-29 nose is either, 44-70049 or 44-84084, and both were rescued from China Lake NAS for the movie “The Last Flight of Noah’s Ark.”