Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum - DVHAA

Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum - DVHAA OUR MUSEUM HAS ONE OF THE MOST HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT COLLECTIONS OF STATICALLY DISPLAYED AIRCRAFT IN THE COUNTRY! The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum is located along Route 611 between Maple Avenue and County Line Road in Horsham, PA, less than thirty minutes north of Philadelphia.
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Operating Hours are: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30 - 3:00 Saturday and Sunday 10:30 - 4 School and group tours are welcome. Private parties and special events are available upon request. Free parking is available directly in front of the museum. ADMISSION: Adults $6.00 Children (6 - 18) $4.00 Children under 5 - Free Active Duty Military - Free Family Discounts and Group rates available For more information, visit our website at: http://wingsoffreedommuseum.org/ The DVHAA is a non-profit, 501(c)3, all volunteer organization. We receive no federal funding. Your tax deductible donations are greatly appreciated.

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From everyone at the Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum

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OUTSTANDING FALL DAY IN HORSHAM!
10/17/2020

OUTSTANDING FALL DAY IN HORSHAM!

10/16/2020
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Third of three segments on PHL17 from WOFAM
Please note the website mentioned in this segment is incorrect it should be wingsoffreedommuseum.org

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Second of three segments on PHL17 from WOFAM

Bravo Wings of Freedom..  Nice to see the feature on PHL17 his morning.  Good job Ron & Brian! https://phl17.com/
10/16/2020
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Bravo Wings of Freedom.. Nice to see the feature on PHL17 his morning. Good job Ron & Brian!
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Exciting news! Three live TV segments from WOFAM on Friday morning.
10/12/2020

Exciting news!
Three live TV segments from WOFAM on Friday morning.

Timeline Photos
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10/07/2020
Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum - DVHAA's cover photo
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Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum - DVHAA's cover photo

10/05/2020
New F4 Picture UpDate......
09/22/2020

New F4 Picture UpDate......

TODAY should have been our 2020 Golf Outing! The outing is the museums largest fundraiser and this year will be missed v...
09/21/2020
Donations

TODAY should have been our 2020 Golf Outing! The outing is the museums largest fundraiser and this year will be missed very much. 16 years strong with a bump this year but back next year! Please consider helping us this year and click on the link here to donate! Lets keep these aircraft and the history going. Thank you.. Soon we will be starting the 2021 Golf Outing so look for more information in the next few months.
https://wingsoffreedommuseum.org/wp/donations/

Donations Your donations today make our future success possible! The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum is owned and operated by the Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association (DVHAA). The DVHAA is a non-profit, 501(c)3, all-volunteer organization. We receive no federal funding. Your tax-deductib...

How about doing something different this weekend?
09/03/2020

How about doing something different this weekend?

09/02/2020
F-4 Update.. New pictures!! Coming along nicely the restoration team is doing a great job..
08/25/2020

F-4 Update.. New pictures!! Coming along nicely the restoration team is doing a great job..

08/22/2020

South yard surprise!

08/19/2020

Sad news.

Here are some new restoration F-4 pictures...    Looking good!!!
08/11/2020

Here are some new restoration F-4 pictures... Looking good!!!

Do you have any vintage photographs from NAS/JRB Willow Grove? Send them to instagram@wofmuseum.org , and we'll make sur...
07/29/2020

Do you have any vintage photographs from NAS/JRB Willow Grove? Send them to [email protected] , and we'll make sure to give you proper acknowledgment.

Hey Folks here are a few new F-4 restoration pictures..  Coming along nicely!!  Our crew is doing a fantastic job!
07/27/2020

Hey Folks here are a few new F-4 restoration pictures.. Coming along nicely!! Our crew is doing a fantastic job!

07/16/2020
07/07/2020
More F-4 Pictures!!!  Its coming along nicely!  The restoration team is working hard!
07/06/2020

More F-4 Pictures!!! Its coming along nicely! The restoration team is working hard!

Hey folks here are some new pictures of the F-4 restoration.  More to come!     The museum is open and back to our norma...
07/06/2020

Hey folks here are some new pictures of the F-4 restoration. More to come! The museum is open and back to our normal hours..

Photos from Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum - DVHAA's post
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Photos from Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum - DVHAA's post

07/02/2020

Holiday weekend!

Address

1155 Easton Rd
Horsham, PA
19044

The Museum is located along Route 611 between Maple Avenue and County Line Road. Exit the PA Turnpike at the Willow Grove exit and drive North on Route 611 for approximately 3 miles. The Museum will be on the left side just before the entrance to the former NAS-JRB Willow Grove. Free parking is available directly in front of the Museum.

Opening Hours

Wednesday 10:30 - 15:00
Thursday 10:30 - 15:00
Friday 10:30 - 15:00
Saturday 10:30 - 16:00
Sunday 10:30 - 16:00

Telephone

(215) 672-2277

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The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum’s assemblage of 22 aircraft, 2 engines and large historic aviation artifact collection represents and spans several eras in the history of aviation: World War I through World War II, The Korean War, The Vietnam War, The Cold War Era, The Gulf War, The Balkan War, The Iraq War, and the War in Afghanistan. Our museum is ranked in the top three civil and military aviation museums in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; based on the number of historical aircraft currently on display. Our museum’s 60+ all-volunteer team are dedicated and passionate people. They take a forceful and enthusiastic role in preserving and teaching about both local and global aviation’s history, growth and achievements. We regularly welcome visitors from the local community, every state in the United States, and internationally, from 43 countries

The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum is located along Route 611 between Maple Avenue and County Line Road in Horsham, PA, approximately thirty minutes north of Philadelphia. School and group tours are welcome. Private parties and special events are available upon request. Free parking is available directly in front of the museum.

ADMISSION: Adults $6.00 Children (6 - 18) $4.00 Children under 5 - Free Active Duty Military - Free Family Discounts Available For more information, visit our website at: http://wingsoffreedommuseum.org/ The DVHAA is a non-profit, 501(c)3, all volunteer organization. We receive no federal funding. Your tax deductable donations are greatly appreciated.

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Second of three segments on PHL17 from WOFAM
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Third of three segments on PHL17 from WOFAM
Second of three segments on PHL17 from WOFAM
The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum is dedicated to preserving history through restoration and displaying of vintage aircraft and exhibiting historical artifacts. On October 14 and 15, 2020, all shoppers at Boscov's will receive a 20% discount. When checking out at the Plymouth Meeting store, select the Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum from the list of participants and Boscov's will donate 5% of that purchase to our organization. Thank you!
The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum has a tradition of participating in local July 4th parades since 2009. In 2020, parades were cancelled due to COVID-19, but I thought a walk down memory lane would be appropriate. Thank you for supporting us!
This is a box my grandfather made. Same material used in the wings of the US Mail planes on display.
My grandfather's WWII Draft Card. Employer's Name Pitcairn Autogyro. Master Craftsman specializing in wood. Horace Jayne Tipping
Going through old photos of my grandfather's from the mid twenties. He was in the Army Air Corp and was an observer and later graduated from MIT and worked at Lockheed as an engineer. I have a load of photos of aircraft and of airfields in NJ and possibly at the old Pitcairn airfield. Some of the photos even have last names written on the back. I'm hoping to scan these and if the museum is interested, I can send these scans to you.
Wings of Freedom She much be in her 20s by now
Hello Friends of the Wings of Freedom Museum. I am J.J. Paskill, your local Sky-Guy. April has a meteor shower called the Lyrids. Late night Tuesday (21st) into the dawn of Wednesday(22nd), the Lyrid meteor shower will be a great chance to see a lot of meteors and possibly fireballs. Here are a few facts: Peak is late night on Tuesday the 21st till dawn on Wednesday the 22nd. Possible amount of meteors you could see is 10-15 per hour. Best direction to be facing is northeast in the darkest location you can find. The "shooting stars" you will see are dust particles. The larger they are the more spectacular. Fireballs are meteors slightly larger than the norm, ranging from grains of sand to small pebbles. This is JJ your Sky-Guy saying, get out and have fun spotting meteorites next week. Feel free to leave a comment or question below.
Hello Friends of the Wings of Freedom Museum. I am J.J. Paskill, your local Sky-Guy. April has a meteor shower called the Lyrids. Late night Tuesday (21st) into the dawn of Wednesday(22nd), the Lyrid meteor shower will be a great chance to see a lot of meteors and possibly fireballs. Here are a few facts: Peak is late night on Tuesday the 21st till dawn on Wednesday the 22nd. Possible amount of meteors you could see is 10-15 per hour. Best direction to be facing is northeast in the darkest location you can find. The "shooting stars" you will see are dust particles. The larger they are the more spectacular. Fireballs are meteors slightly larger than the norm, ranging from grains of sand to small pebbles. This is JJ your Sky-Guy saying, get out and have fun spotting meteorites next week. Feel free to leave a comment or question below.