- B-29A (s/n 44-62070) Fifi. This aircraft is operating with the Commemorative Air Force (B-24/B-29 Squadron) in Addison, Texas. Fifi was returned to airworthy status in August 2010 and flew for the first time since 2006.
- On display (complete airframes)
- B-29 (s/n 42-65281) Miss America 62. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at the Jimmy Doolittle Air & Space Museum on Travis AFB in Fairfield, California.
- B-29A (s/n 42-93967) City Of Lansford. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at the Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park in Cordele, Georgia.
- B-29 (s/n 44-27297) Bockscar. This aircraft is displayed indoors at the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio.
- B-29 (s/n 44-27343) Tinker's Heritage. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
- B-29A (s/n 44-61669) Flagship 500. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at March Field Air Museum at March ARB in Riverside, California.
- B-29A (s/n 44-61671) The Great Artiste. This aircraft, originally modified to be an SB-29 "Super Dumbo", now marked to replicate the Silverplate airframe 44-27393, is on static display at the "Spirit Gate" of Whiteman AFB in Knob Noster, Missouri.
- B-29A (s/n 44-61975) Jack's Hack. This aircraft is displayed indoors at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
- B-29 (s/n 44-62022) Peachy. This aircraft is displayed indoors at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum in Pueblo, Colorado.
- B-29 (s/n 44-62220) Joltin Josie. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at the USAF History & Traditions Museum on the grounds of Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas.
- B-29A (s/n 44-70016) Sentimental Journey. This aircraft is displayed indoors in Hangar 4 at the Pima Air and Space Museum adjacent to Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson, Arizona.
- B-29A (s/n 44-70064) Raz'n Hell. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at the Castle Air Museum at the former Castle AFB in Atwater, California. It is actually a composite of three B-29s : 44-61535 - tail, 44-84084 - wings, 44-70064 fuselage.
- B-29 (s/n 44-70113) Sweet Eloise. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at Dobbins ARB in Marietta, Georgia.
- TB-29B (s/n 44-84053) Big Red. This aircraft is displayed indoors at the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB in Warner Robins, Georgia.
- TB-29B (s/n 44-84076) Man'O'War. This aircraft is displayed indoors at the Strategic Air and Space Museum adjacent to Offutt AFB in Ashland, Nebraska.
- B-29 (s/n 44-86292) Enola Gay. This aircraft is displayed indoors at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Fairfax County, Virginia.
- B-29 (s/n 44-86408) Haggerty's Hag. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at the Hill Aerospace Museum at Hill AFB in Ogden, Utah.
- B-29A (s/n 44-87627) This aircraft, which is unnamed, is displayed outdoors at the Eighth Air Force Museum at Barksdale AFB in Shreveport, Louisiana.
- KB-29M (s/n 44-87779) Legal Eagle II. This aircraft is displayed outdoors at the South Dakota Air and Space Museum adjacent to Ellsworth AFB in Rapid City, South Dakota.
- B-29 (s/n 45-21748) Duke Of Albuquerque. This aircraft is currently being displayed outdoors at the National Atomic Museum adjacent to Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- On display (partial airframes)
- B-29 (s/n 42-65401). Nose section only. On display at the Stockton Field Aviation Museum in Stockton, California. Privately owned by Nick Veronico.
- B-29 (s/n 44-62139). Fuselage section only. Displayed inside the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio. Painted to represent Command Decision (s/n 44-87657) .
- Under restoration or in storage (complete airframes)
- B-29A (s/n 44-69729) T Square 54. This aircraft is currently shrink-wrapped and stored outdoors with the outer wing panels removed at the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington. Facilities to store the aircraft indoors with the Museum's B-17 are in the final planning stages.
- B-29 (s/n 44-69972) Doc. This aircraft was being restored to active flying status. However, money for the project ran out and it is now stored indoors at the Kansas Air Guard Hangar across from the Kansas Aviation Museum in Wichita, Kansas; no longer available to the public.
- B-29 (s/n 44-70049). In storage for Kermit Weeks at Borrego Springs, California. One of 4 B-29's obtained by Disney from China Lake for use in the movie The Last Flight of Noah's Ark.
- P2B-1S (s/n 45-21787) Fertile Myrtle. Nose Section is on display at the Florida Air Museum in at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida. The rest of the aircraft is in storage at Aero Trader in Borrego Springs, California. This aircraft was used for the flight sequences in the Disney movie The Last Flight of Noah's Ark and the movie The Right Stuff.
- Under restoration or in storage (partial airframes)
- B-29 (s/n 42-24791) The Big Time Operator. Nose section only. In storage at the Edward F. Beale Museum in Marysville, CA.
- B-29 (s/n 44-61739). Nose section only. In storage at the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB in Warner Robins, Georgia.
- B-29A (s/n 44-62134). In storage at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in California.
- B-29 (s/n 44-69957). Wreckage in storage at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in California. Took a direct hit from weapons testing. The nose was used in the restoration of 'Doc'.
- B-29 (s/n 44-70102) Here's Hopin. Possibly being restored at NAWS China Lake in Inyokern, California.
- B-29 (s/n 44-84084). In storage for Kermit Weeks at Borrego Springs, California. One of 4 B-29's obtained by Disney from China Lake for use in the movie The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (see 44-70049 above for the other surviving example). The wings were installed on 44-61535. The other two Disney B-29s were destroyed (44-62112 and 44-62222).
- B-29 (s/n 42-65287). In the ocean off the coast of Aquadilla, Puerto Rico, near the former Ramey AFB.
- WB-29 (s/n 44-83905) Lady Of The Lake. Currently submerged in a lake near Eielson AFB, south of Fairbanks, Alaska, where it was placed after being retired for use in training exercises.
- B-29 (s/n 45-21763) Kee Bird. Burned after an attempted recovery. Currently sitting on the bottom of a lake in Greenland.
- B-29 (s/n 45-21847) Beetle Bomb. It was ditched in Lake Mead near Las Vegas, Nevada in 1948 and discovered intact in 2002.
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