» Aviation - Museums
  • U.S. Army Aviation Museum - The United States Army Aviation Museum, located at the Home of Army Aviation, Fort Rucker, Alabama, maintains a collection of over 160 military aircraft, including one of the largest collections of military helicopters in the world. Public galleries represent the Army's involvement in military aviation from the beginning days of early combat aircraft to the highly technological machines flown by Army Aviators today
  • Kingman Army Airfield Museum - Kingman Arizona Visitors and Convention Burea - Kingman, AZ is the heart of historic Route 66 where the longest remaining unbroken stretch of The Mother Road slices through its historic downtown
  • Flight Path Learning Center - Flight Path currently features a panoramic mural saluting the 100th anniversary of flight and the 75th anniversary of Los Angeles International Airport and Los Angeles World Airports, the City agency that operates LAX. A spectacular, custom designed mural includes authentic historic photographs from Southern California's formative years of aviation through the 21st Century
  • Palm Springs Air Museum - The Palm Springs Air Museum, is a non-profit educational institution, whose mission is to exhibit, educate and eternalize the role of the World War II combat aircraft and the role the pilots and American citizens had in achieving this great victory. In addition to flying aircraft, related artifacts, artwork, and library sources are used to perpetuate American history
  • Yanks Air Museum - Focused exclusively on American aviation history and technology. The collection now numbers more than 120 aircraft and continues to grow. The scope of the collection covers the entire history of American aviation, from Jennies to Jets
  • Peterson Air & Space Museum - The Museum is located on Peterson Air Force Base in Building 981 at the intersection of Peterson and Ent Blvds
  • Mcallister Museum of Aviation - Originally opened in 1926 as a flight school by brothers Charlie and Alister McAllister, it was one of the longest running flight schools in the Northwest
  • Space Walk Of Fame - The U. S. Space Walk of Fame Foundation in cooperation with the city of Titusville is providing space exhibits along the river front commemorating Americas various space programs with special emphasis being given to the space workers themselves
  • Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum - Through the story of Delta Air Lines, its history and its people, the Museum preserves materials, interprets histories, discovers meanings, and explores the impacts of air transportation on technology, economic development, global events, and the personal lives of those touched by aviation
  • Robins Air Force Base Museum of Aviation - Official home page of the Museum of Aviation, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. An Air Force museum with a unique collection of military aircraft and aviation history.
  • Air Classics Museum - Air Classics is an aviation museum located at Aurora Municipal Airport - ARR where the aircraft actually fly. You can sit in an A-7 that flew in the Gulf War and climb into the pilot's seat of a UH-1 Huey helicopter. The museum's collection includes aircraft, vehicles, uniforms and other aviation memorabilia from the 1930s to the present time
  • American Wings Air Museum - Dedicated to the restoration and preservation of American military aircraft, focusing on the Mohawk OV-1
  • HISTORIC AIRCRAFT RESTORATION MUSEUM - Non-profit organization located at Creve Coeur Airport (1H0). The museum has on display one of the largest collections of flying antique, classic and sport aircraft in the country
  • Malmstrom Air Force Base - 341st Space Wing - To accurately depict, display, and interpret the historical significance of Malmstrom Air Force Base and it’s related organizations for the education of both military and civilian visitors
  • Air Victory Museum - The Museum is 2 miles on the right hand side, at the South Jersey Regional Airport
  • NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum - Naval Air Station Wildwood Foundation is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to restore Hangar #1 at the Cape May County Airport, Lower Township, New Jersey, into an aircraft museum honoring the 41 Naval airmen who perished while training there during World War II
  • New Mexico Museum of Space History - located in Alamogordo, New Mexico. It is a complex consisting of the space museum, Planetarium, IMAX® Dome Theater, Hubbard Space Science Education Facility and the International Space Hall of Fame
  • Cradle of Aviation Museum - The Cradle of Aviation Museum heightens the public's awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Long Island's role in the history and development of aviation and space technology and increases public understanding of aerospace technology and its impact on American life
  • 1941 Historical Aircraft Group Museum - Dedicated to the restoration, preservation, display, and flight of aircraft of the World War II and Korean War eras, as well as the recognition of all United States Military personnel for their service and sacrifice
  • Dakota Territory Air Museum - Minot, ND - The Dakota Territory Air Museum was founded in June of 1986 with the incorporators' dream and desire to provide the most comprehensive aviation facility in the state and region
  • Historical Aircraft Squadron, Lancaster, Ohio - The Historical Aircraft Squadron, Inc. is an all- volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, display and operation of former military aircraft and related equipment in our hangar/ museum located at the Fairfield County Airport
  • MAPS Air Museum - MAPS Air Museum is currently restoring some of the world's greatest military aircraft, and we are also hangaring privately owned warbirds
  • Evergreen Aviation Museum - The centerpiece or "crown jewel" of the Evergreen Aviation Museum is a plane known around the world as the "Spruce Goose."
  • Tillamook Air Museum - In 1942, the U.S. Navy began construction of 17 wooden hangars to house the K-class blimps being used for anti-submarine coast patrol and convoy escort. Two of these hangars were built at the Naval Air Station Tilllamook, commissioned in December 1942 to serve the Oregon-Washington coastal area
  • Piper Aviation Museum - The current structure of the Piper Aviation Museum can be traced to its incorporation as a non-profit educational organization by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1995
  • Vintage Aviation Historical Foundation - The VAHF is a group that is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and reproduction of aircraft and other historical artifacts from the beginning of flight to the early years of WWII
  • McAllister Museum of Aviation - Originally opened in 1926 as a flight school by brothers Charlie and Alister McAllister, it was one of the longest running flight schools in the Northwest. After Charlie's death at age 95, the school was transformed into the museum it is today. We are located at the East end of the Yakima Airport, next to Cub Crafters, near the corner of 16th and Washington
  • Pearson Air Museum - Our museum is located on historic Pearson Field, the oldest, continuously active airfield in the West
  • National Air and Space Museum - The Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum (NASM) maintains the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world. It is also a vital center for research into the history, science, and technology of aviation and space flight
  • Museum of Flying - The Museum of Flying, located in Santa Monica, California, houses a rare collection of World War II fighter aircraft. The majority of the aircraft within the collection are in flight ready condition
  • Pacific Coast Air Museum - A Non-Profit Organization Dedicated To Promoting The Acquisition, Restoration, Safe Operation, And Display Of Historical Aircraft, While Providing An Educational Venue For Students And The Community
  • Palm Springs Air Museum - The Palm Springs Air Museum, is a non-profit educational institution, whose mission is to exhibit, educate and eternalize the role of the World War II combat aircraft and the role the pilots and American citizens had in achieving this great victory. In addition to flying aircraft, related artifacts, artwork, and library sources are used to perpetuate American history
  • The Air Museum Planes of Fame - Founded over 45 years ago, The Air Museum Planes of Fame, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, is dedicated to preserving aviation history for the benefit of future generations. Currently, The Air Museum houses over 150 aircraft at its two locations, the main facility at Chino Airport in California and a satellite museum near the Grand Canyon at Valle Airport in Arizona. The Air Museum displays aircraft spanning the history of manned flight, from a replica of the Chanute Hang Glider of 1896, through modern space flight, and includes numerous milestone achieving test and research flight vehicles
  • Western Museum of Flight - The Western Museum of Flight was founded in 1981 when a group of volunteers restored a rare World War II era Northrop N-3PB seaplane. This aircraft had been raised from a glacial river in Iceland. After restoration, the N-3PB was donated to Norway, and is currently on display in Oslo, Norway
  • Wings of History - The Wings Of History organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of antique and unique aircraft as well as other aviation artifacts. The purpose of Wings Of History is to educate and stimulate interest in historic aircraft among the citizens of the area, to develop a fraternal spirit among the region's antique aircraft enthusiasts, to provide a forum for the exchange of aircraft history and information, as well as to further general interest in aviation
  • AirVenture Museum - With more than 90 unique and historically significant aircraft on display -- from the Wright Flyer to the magnificent Voyager replica -- the museum totals over 100,000 square feet of exhibit space
  • Texas Air Museum - The Texas Air Museum, with its three locations, at Rio Hondo in the Rio Grande Valley near Harlingen; at Slaton, near Lubbock; and at Stinson Field in San Antonio, presents the history of flight from the early days of aviation to the present. Here you will see some of the world's rarest aircraft, including the largest exhibit anywhere of scarce German Focke-Wulf FW-190's
  • War Eagles Air Museum - The War Eagles Air Museum is dedicated to collecting, restoring and displaying historic aircraft of the World War II and the Korean Conflict eras
  • Cradle of Aviation Museum - The Cradle of Aviation Museum heightens the public's awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Long Island's role in the history and development of aviation and space technology and increases public understanding of aerospace technology and its impact on American life
  • National Warplane Museum - Dedicated to those airman who helped to preserve freedom. This web site has info on The Wings of Eagles and Wings over Batavia Air shows plus The National Warplane Museum info and collection. Also lots of other interesting stuff
  • McChord Air Museum - Preserving the history of McChord AFB with exciting displays and unique collection of past and present Air Force aircraft