THE FRONTIERS OF FLIGHT MUSEUM introduces visitors of all ages – from the avid aviation buff to a child on the first visit – to the rich diversity of aviation and space flight history.
Our significant collection includes over 30 aircraft and space vehicles with thousands of supporting artifacts including flight gear, aircraft equipment and components, photographs, documents, and other flight-related memorabilia. Early biplanes, historically important military and general aviation aircraft, the World War II Gallery, the unique history of Southwest Airlines, numerous commercial airline artifacts, the one-of-a-kind Vought V-173 “Flying Pancake,” and the Apollo 7 command module can all be seen as you tour through the Museum.
THE LIVING HISTORY PROGRAM
Meet and hear the fascinating aviation stories of “Jimmy Doolittle,“ “Orville Wright,“ “Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin“ “Amelia Earhart“ “Admiral Charles Rosendahl“, a World War II fighter pilot, a Marine Corps pilot, a commercial aviation pilot, a member of the famed Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP), and a space engineer.
We offer classes for all ages throughout the year, designed to excite the imagination in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through spacecraft design, aerodynamics, model-building, space survival, and other disciplines.
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