Aviation Museums

Museum Lists and Directories

  • The 24 Hour Museum  A non-commercial, government-funded guide to the UK's museums, galleries and heritage sites.
  • Airplane Museums  A list of airplane museums in the USA by state.
  • The Aviation Enthusiast Corner  Extensive list of US and Canadian aviation museums.
  • Aviation Museum Locator Aviation museums by U.S. State.
  • Aviation Museums.Net  An aviation museum portal listing U.S. aviation museums by state and showing address, telephone/Fax numbers, and Web address.
  • Guide To Over 900 Aircraft Museums  A book or CD with 852 US and 62 Canadian aircraft museums listing addresses, phone numbers, hours, admission prices, gift shops, cafeterias, theaters, restoration facilities, Web sites or email addresses, and all aircraft owned by that museum.  The book also lists over 700 aircraft in city parks, 60 restaurants with aircraft, and 28 WWII and Bi-Plane aircraft rides.  This 322 page softbound book is available for sale from the author or Amazon.com.
  • Planespot.com  This site provides personal reports of visits to some of the aviation museums around the world.  In addition to museum reviews and stories, you'll find transportation tips and good photo galleries.

Museum Websites

  • 390th Memorial Museum Dedicated to preserving the heritage of the original cadre, the ground support personnel, the aircrews, the staff, and commanders of the 390th Bombardment Group (Heavy).  Located at the Pima Air Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
  • Air Museum of Kentucky 12,000 square feet of display area, a fully equipped shop for aviation restoration projects, an office, a library/archive and a gift shop.  The museum is a dynamic entity which includes not only older restored aircraft and memorabilia, but also air-worthy, flyable aircraft for the public to enjoy. 
  • The Air Museum Planes of Fame  A nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving aviation history for the benefit of future generations.  The 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.
  • Air Victory Museum  This educational organization is dedicated to inspiring today’s youth through the technology and achievements in aviation history.  Lumberton, New Jersey.
  • Air Zoo  Attractions, activities, and adventure in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Aircraft, rides, simulator, restoration center.
  • The Airborne and Special Operations Museum  Dedicated to the preservation, interpretation, and recognition of U.S. airborne and special operations history, equipment, technology, legend, art and weaponry.  In Fayetteville, North Carolina.
  • Airline History Museum  Established to restore, preserve, and exhibit propeller-driven commercial aircraft.  Kansas City, Missouri.  AHM Hangar is the official blog and media site.
  • AirTimes  A virtual museum of the airline industry with a focus on the route, schedule, and marketing development of scheduled air transport as detailed in the timetable publications of the world's airlines.
  • American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum  A sight-and-sound, hands-on, window-seat look at the world of flight.  Fort Worth, Texas.
  • American Airpower Heritage Museum  AAHM is located at Midland International Airport in Midland, Texas, and is dedicated to preserving the history of World War II military aviation and the memory of the men and women who built, serviced, and flew military aircraft in World War II.  The collection includes World War II artifacts and memorabilia, including uniforms of Allied and Axis countries, armament, photographs, weapons and equipment.  The museum houses 40,000 square feet of "hands-on" permanent exhibits that detail the story of World War II airpower.
  • American Helicopter Museum & Education Center  Dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of historic rotorcraft.  Vintage rotorcraft, artifacts, reference archives, photographs, interactive exhibits, and educational programs and activities.  Located just outside of Philadelphia, at Brandywine Airport.
  • The Anderson - Abruzzo, Albuquerque International Balloon Museum  Celebrating the art and science of ballooning with a fine collection of ballooning equipment and memorabilia, as well as activities and programs for visitors and students.  Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Arizona Wing Commemorative Air Force Museum  A flying museum and meeting facility in Mesa, Arizona, and home of the Sentimental Journey, a touring B-17.
  • Army Aviation Museum Exhibits, gift shop, information.  Ft. Rucker, Alabama.
  • Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum  A museum established to maintain and develop a permanent aviation museum in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada by researching, documenting, retrieving and restoring artifacts, objects and aircraft associated with the aviation history of the Atlantic Provinces.
  • Australia's Museum of Flight  Museum history, support, family days.
  • The Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey  Preserving New Jersey's aviation heritage.  Teterboro Airport, Teterboro, New Jersey.
  • The Aviation Pioneer Gustav Weisskopf Museum  Resume, history, research, museum, books and films.  Leutershausen, Germany.
  • Bournemouth Aviation Museum  A UK charitable museum dedicated to preserving and presenting operational examples of historic military jets.  The Museum occupies a 30,000 sq ft hanger at Bournemouth International Airport.
  • Bristol Aero Collection  A museum dedicated to the preservation and display of artifacts of the Bristol Aeroplane Company, and its sister companies - aircraft, engines, missiles, spacecraft, buses and much more.  Located on Kemble Airfield.
  • Brooklands Museum  Home of both British aviation and British motoring.
  • Brussels Air Museum Fund  The Association's objective is the maintainenance, restoration, and promotion of aviation heritage, as well as national and international cooperation.  The Association helps all other associations having anything to do with its objective.  They are mostly active at the Royal Army Museum in Brussels, and they supported the Fieseler Storch and Voisin de Caters projects.
  • Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame  At the Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin.
  • Canadian Museum of Flight Dedicated to the recovery, restoration, preservation and education of Canada's aviation history.
  • Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum  Over 30 vintage Warbirds, rides, research library, tours, retail store.  This non-profit organization id dedicated to acquiring, documenting, preserving, and maintaining a collection of aircraft flown by Canadians and the Canadian military services from the beginning of World War II to the present.  They preserve artifacts, books, periodicals, and manuals.
  • Carolinas Aviation Museum  A nonprofit all volunteer museum in Charlotte, NC.  Featuring over 30 aircraft plus numerous aviation artifacts.
  • Cavanaugh Flight Museum  A non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization devoted to promoting aviation studies and to perpetuating America's aviation heritage.  The museum restores, operates, maintains, and displays historically-significant vintage aircraft, and collects materials related to the history of aviation.  They offer rides in two distinctive warbirds: the N2S-4 Stearman and the AT-6 Texan.  In Addison, Texas.
  • Chanute Aerospace Museum  This museum collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets aviation and aerospace artifacts that relate to the life and accomplishments of Octave Chanute, Chanute Field/Chanute Air Force Base and its technical training programs, the history of military aviation, and Illinois aviation.
  • College Park Aviation Museum  The museum tells the story of the College Park Airport (circa 1909) and the early days of flight.  The family-friendly museum has interactive exhibits and vintage aircraft.  Audio tour recordings (mp3) are available for downoad.  College Park, Maryland.
  • The Commemorative Air Force  This organization includes the American Airpower Heritage Museum with an archival collection of more than 50,000 World War II artifacts, and the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum which preserves and maintains about 130 aircraft.
  • The Cradle of Aviation Museum  Located in Nassau County, Long Island, New York at Mitchel Field.
  • Crash Research in Aviation Society Holland 1940-1945  This foundation recovers crashed aircraft from World War II.  They trace crew members or their relatives.  On display are the remains of aircraft and their story.  They also commemorate the Dutch resistance and the Dutch people that risked their lives when hiding jews for the Germans.
  • CyberAir Airpark - Aviation Museums in Canada By province.
  • CyberAir Airpark - Aviation Museums in the U.S. By state.
  • Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park  The park contains four separate sites: the Wright Cycle Company building and Wright brothers' print shop building, Huffman Prairie Flying Field, John W. Berry, Sr. Wright Brothers Aviation Center which includes the 1905 Wright Flyer III, and the Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial.
  • Delta Heritage Museum  Serving the family and friends of Delta Air Lines by collecting, preserving, and presenting the history of Delta and its affiliated airlines in ways that are interactive, educational, and engaging.  Located at Delta Air Lines Worldwide Headquarters, 2.5 miles south of Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Dutch National Aviation Museum  The 'Aviodome' at Lelystad Airport with museum pieces demonstrating Holland's aviation heritage, and a theme park flying two classic airliners.
  • Duxford Imperial War Museum  180 aircraft on show: biplanes, Spitfires, Gulf War jets, and historic aircraft.  The American Air Museum at Duxford and houses a collection of historic American combat aircraft.
  • Empire State Aerosciences Museum  Outdoor displays of restored aircraft and indoor displays of models, dioramas, and artifacts, including a mockup of the plane flown in Anelia Earhart's ill fated flight around the world, and a replica of the vonPomer Pusher, an early example of powered flight.  Programs for youngsters include hands-on activities in model building, rocket construction and launching, and study of the princilples of flight.  Offered for Adults are ground schools in preparation for the Private Pilot and Instrument Rating written exams required by the FAA for aviation certificates.  The library holds over 20,000 books, manuals, peridicals, pieces of artwork and audiovisual items.  Located at the Schenectady County Airport, New York.
  • The Evergreen Aviation Museum  A 121,000 square foot facility in McMinnville, Oregon, featuring the famous Hughes "Spruce Goose" Flying Boat, an SR-71, a 1903 Wright Flyer replica, a C-130 cargo plane, a B-17, quite a few fighters and trainers, and general aviation and other aircraft.
  • Experimental Breeder Reactor - I  In the 1950's, there was an attempt to design atom-powered aircraft.  Too heavy and lacking the shielding necessary to protect the pilots, they never got off the ground.  (As far as we know!)  EBR-I is the first atomic reactor to generate electricity.  Two X-39 atomic aircraft engines are on display.  See also Idaho National Labs Experimental Breeder Reactor 1 Museum [pdf].
  • The Fleet Air Arm Museum  The museum is located on the B3151 just off the A303 and A37.
  • Flight Of The Phoenix Aviation Museum  Showcases the aircraft and equipment of the armed forces.  In Gilmer, Texas.
  • Florida Air Museum at Sun 'n Fun  Displays a rich variety of aircraft and artifacts covering the history of the first 100 years of flight.  Particularly notable is the Howard Hughes aviation archives collection.  Year-round educational programs bring aviation to life.
  • The Flying Heritage Collection  Rare treasures of 20th-century military aviation in Arlington, Washington, about 20 miles from the Future of Flight.  The collection is owned by Paul Allen of Microsoft fame.
  • Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum  This museum houses an inventory of forty historically significant aircraft, with over two-dozen on static display.  Located at MCAS Miramar, open to the public, and free of charge.
  • Frontiers of Flight Museum  See, hear, and touch some of the rare artifacts that have contributed to the exciting history of aviation.  Displays include a World War I Sopwith "Pup" biplane, a lighter than air collection, along with educational programs and hundreds of models, uniforms, decorations, engines and propellers.  Located on the Southeast side of Dallas Love Field.
  • Future of Flight Aviation Center  The Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour project is to create a 73,000 square foot facility consisting of a 58,000sf Aviation Gallery and Conference Center and a 15,000sf Boeing Tour Center at Paine Field Airport in Everett, Washington.  See graphics of the Future of Flight site plan, proposed floor plan, and construction zone photos.
  • Gatwick Aviation Museum  Vintage aircraft at this UK museum.
  • Glenn L Martin Maryland Aviation Museum  Covering the history of Maryland aviation, concentrating on the Glenn L Martin Company of Middle River, a primary manufacturer of combat aircraft during both WWI and WWII, and predecessor of the Lockheed Martin Corporation.  The indoor location contains models, photos, and documents.  The outdoor static display area includes ten post-WWII military jet aircraft and a Martin 4-0-4 airliner.
  • Greenwood Military Aviation Museum  Permanent and temporary exhibits that reflect the history of units based at Greenwood, Nova Scotia.  Aircraft photos and specifications, projects, history, gift shop.
  • Grissom Air Museum  24 aircraft on display from B-17 to F-105 to A-10, and many others.  This not-for-profit organization is affiliated with the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, and is located in Peru, Indianna, 60 miles north of Indianapolis, next to Grissom Air Reserve Base.
  • The Helicopter Museum  The "worlds largest dedicated Helicopter Museum," located on the South West Coast of England at Weston-Super-Mare.
  • Hiller Aviation Museum  Exhibits, events, education (Young Eagles, Explorers, Parent Resource Guide).  In San Carlos, CA.
  • Historic Aviation Memorial Museum  Located in Tyler, Texas with several aircraft and an extensive collection of artifacts and memorabilia.
  • Historic Wendover Airfield  A Utah non-profit corporation formed to restore parts of Wendover Airbase as a heavy bomber history center.  Restoration efforts, current projects, exhibits, history, pictures, events.
  • Imperial War Museum Duxford  Europe's premier aviation museum, and having one of the finest collections of tanks, military vehicles, and naval exhibits in the country.  This famous heritage site began as an airfield in the First World War and also played a vital role in the Second World War, firstly as an RAF fighter station and later as an American fighter base.
  • The Indian Air Force Museum  Pictures, mementoes, souvenirs, models, and aircraft.  Located at the Palam Air Force Station, on the outer suburbs of New Delhi.
  • International Women's Air and Space Museum (IWASM)  This non-profit Cleveland museum showcases the accomplishments of women in air and space.  Rotating exhibits, a research center with thousands of documents, photos, books and artifacts.
  • The Iowa Aviation Museum  Celebrating Iowa's aviation heritage with memorabilia and photographs, eleven civil aircraft on display, including some rare examples of early flying machines from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, and two military aircraft, an A-7 Corsair jet and a Huey Cobra helicopter.
  • The Iowa Military Aviation Museum  Established to honor the Iowa men, women, and the corporations that have played an important part in Military and Iowa aviation throughout history.  Historical aircraft, artifacts, and history at the Ankeny Regional Airport.
  • Kansas Aviation Museum  Restoration facilities, aircraft, aircraft components, educational displays, research resources including archives on Kansas-built aircraft, and memorabilia from Kansas' world famous air achievers.
  • Luscombe Aviation History Foundation Dedicated to preserving the history of Luscombe airplanes, and providing parts and support Silvaire owners and pilots.
  • MAPS Air Musuem  Educating people about the history of aviation and its impact upon society through a permanent collection of vintage military and significant civilian aircraft, and preserving these historical aircraft in airworthy condition.  Located in North Canton, Ohio.
  • The McChord Air Museum  The official USAF organization whose mission is to portray the history of McChord Air Force Base.  Aircraft and scaled model exhibits, unit exhibits, collection of weapons, instruments, paintings and art from the USAF art collection, photographs, vintage uniforms and other memorabilia.  Located on McChord Air Force Base near Tacoma WA.  Site includes an extensive list of links to U.S. Air Force museums and other aviation museums.
  • James S. McDonnell Prologue Room  Exhibits showcase the products from Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, North American Aviation, Hughes Helicopters, and Boeing Vertol.
  • The Memorial Flight  A non-profit organisation which aims to preserve French and European aeronautical heritage, mainly centered on the First World War period.  Restoration to flying condition of an original SPAD XIII C1.  Current flyable aeroplanes include a Fokker DR-I reproduction, an original Morane AI type XXIX, a Dassault MD311 Flamant, and a reproduction Blériot XI².  Other projects include an RAF SE5a and the static restoration of the historic "Point d'Interrogation" on behalf of the Musée de l'Air.  French site.
  • Memorial Museum on Ilyushin Aviation Complex  Information and contact information for this Moscow museum.
  • The Michael King Smith Evergreen Aviation Education Center Home of the Howard Hughes flying boat, HK-1 Spruce Goose. history, news and events, giftshop.
  • Mid America Air Museum  This museum contains artifact and memorabilia galleries (many with with a focus on local aviation history), a small theatre and classroom, a research library, and a number of airframes on display.  At the Sioux Gateway Airoprt, Sioux City, Iowa, USA.
  • Mid-America Air Museum  More than 100 aircraft, both civilian and military.  Hands-on exhibits demonstrate how and why airplanes fly.  Located in Liberal, Kansas, on the site of a WWII B-24 hangar and later Beechcraft plant.
  • Mid Atlantic Air MuseumAward-winning warbirds, classic airliners, rare and unusual military and civilian aircraft, and historic exhibits.
  • Monino Air Force Museum, Russia  Photos from a visit to the museum, plus links to other Monino related sites.
  • The Moorabbin Air Museum  Australian national aviation museum.
  • Motts Military Museum  This central Ohio museum collects and preserves personal stories and memorabilia from U.S. forces.  Aviation items include Eddie Rickenbacker memorabilia and items from the Tuskegee Airmen.
  • Musée Régional de l'Air d'Angers-Marcé (France)  Second French air museum, specializing in light aviation and glider aircraft in flight condition.
  • The Museum of Army Flying  Celebrating over one hundred years of army aviation, this award-winning museum is home to one of the country's finest historical collections of military kites, gliders, aeroplanes and helicopters.  There are over 35 helicopters and fixed wing aircraft to see at the museum including the largest collection of military gliders in Europe.  The Museum is situated on the A343 between Andover and Salisbury.
  • Museum of Aviation  The second largest museum in the United States Air Force.  It displays 93 aircraft and hundreds of exhibits on a 51 acre site drawing more than 500,000 visitors a year.  At Warner Robins in Georgia.
  • The Museum of Berkshire Aviation  A collection of aircraft and photgraphs recalling Berkshire's aviation heritage.  Located at the historic site of Woodley Airfield, near Reading, U.K.
  • The Museum of Flight  This Seattle collection of aerospace artifacts is the largest and most comprehensive in the western United States, they say.
  • Museum of Flying  Rare collection of World War II fighter aircraft, most of which are in flight ready condition and frequently take part in air races across the US.  Located in Santa Monica, California on the site of the old Douglas Aircraft factory.
  • Museum of Flight- Scottish National Aviation Museum  The aviation collections comprise aircraft, engines, rockets, photographs, a reference library, archives, models, flying clothing, instruments and propellers.  Located at East Fortune Airfield.  The site occupies part of a former RAF airfield now scheduled as a historic monument.
  • Museum of Flight in Seattle  Information, programs, membership, history, collection.  Seattle, Washington.
  • National Agricultural Aviation Museum  In Jackson, Mississippi.
  • National Air and Space Museum  The Smithsonian museum in Washington, D.C.
  • National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center  Located at Washington Dulles International Airport, the Center provides space for the objects that tell the history of aviation and space flight.
  • The National Aviation and Space Exploration Wall of Honor  A permanent memorial built at the National Air and Space Museum facility at Washington Dulles International Airport and dedicated to honoring all men and women who have had a passion for flight.  You are invited to place your name or the names of family members or friends who contributed to U.S. aviation and space exploration heritage.
  • National Museum of Commercial Aviation  The first comprehensive airline industry museum in the U.S.  Being built by Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.  Interim museum now open with cockpits, simulators, archives, library, kids programming and more.
  • National Museum of Naval Aviation  The NMNA is a large air and space museum with over 140 restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aviation.  In Pensacola, Florida, USA.
  • National Museum of the United States Air Force  Events and news, exhibits, research, photos, restoration projects, history - it's all there.  The official Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio.  The unofficial United States Air Force Museum site is not currently maintained, but it includes an exhibits list with links to aircraft specs and photos.
  • National Soaring Museum Exhibits, facilities, archives, collections, activities, giftship.  In Elmira, New York.
  • National Warplane Museum  Dedicated to restoring, preserving, and displaying old and rare aircraft in flying condition, with an emphasis on the World War II era.  Geneseo, New York.  Formerly known as the 1941 Historical Aircraft Group Museum.
  • New England Air Museum Information, new displays, membership, photo gallery, exhibit list.  At Bradley International Airport, Connecticut.
  • New Zealand Fighter Pilots Museum NZ aces, aircraft, squadrons, photo gallery, museum store, restorations, events, bibliography, downloads of fantastic images.
  • Newark Air Museum  The UK's largest volunteer managed aviation museum.  The museum's collection currently stands at 69 aircraft and cockpit sections from across the history of aviation.  These include transport, training and reconnaissance aircraft and helicopters and a diverse selection of jet fighters and bombers.
  • Niagara Aerospace Museum  Dedicated to the Western New Yorkers who contributed to the world's aviation and space flight endeavors.  Aircraft collection includes the Bell X-22A VSTOL, Bell 47 helicopters, Lockheed F-94A, Bell P-39Q, a replica Curtiss Pusher, and a Taylor J-2 Cub.  Also, an assortment of Bell rocket engines including the LEM and Agena, aircraft and rocket engines, thrusters, and the personal memorabilia of many local servicemen and women.  Located in Niagara Falls, NY.
  • Nottingham East Midlands Aeropark Guide  The virtual guide to Nottingham East Midlands/Castle Donnington Aeropark.  Site includes interactive aeropark map and aircraft galleries, scale drawings and specs.
  • Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome  Aircraft (and vehicles) from 1900 through 1940, weekend airshows, biplane rides.  In Rhinebeck, New York.
  • Owls Head Transportation Museum  Collection of over 100 pioneer-era aircraft in Owls Head, Maine, USA.
  • Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor  One of the principal Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, this interactive museum is located near the Battleship Missouri in the battlefield hangers of historic Ford Island.  A Japanese Zero and the Stearman in which former President George H.W. Bush soloed illustrate how aviation helped stem the war.  View historic videos, enjoy the authentic gift shop, 1940s themed café Laniakea, and the combat flight simulators in which you can virtually fight the battle of Guadalcanal in either an American or Japanese plane.
  • Palm Springs Air Museum  This non-profit educational institution has a mission to exhibit and educate the role of the World War II combat aircraft, the pilots, and the American citizens who achieved victory.  The museum features flying aircraft, related artifacts, artwork, and a library.  You'll find one of the world's largest collections of flying World War II warplanes, rare combat photography, original artworks, memorabilia, uniforms, and continuous video documentaries.  In Palm Springs, California.
  • Pearson Air Museum  A pre-WWII Army Air Corps Airfield preserved with flight capable aircraft on display.  Located at Vancouver's National Historic Reserve.
  • Pima Air & Space Museum Official site for the private, nonprofit, educational museum located in Tucson, Arizona.  Over 200 aircraft occupying 65 acres of land.  Museum history, restorations, membership, aircraft.
  • [Unofficial] Pima Air & Space Museum Unofficial page with information, aircraft exhibits by category with specs and links to more info.  Museum located at Tucson, Arizona with almost 200 aircraft on display.
  • Polish Aviation Museum  Over one hundred aircraft, including gliders, helicopters, and anti-aircraft missiles, as well as some two hundred aero engines, and a large library and photograph archive.  Kraków, Poland.
  • Port Townsend Aero Museum  The PTAM has a collections of 26 rare antique and classic aircraft, many of which are operational and flown on a regular basis.  In Port Townsend , Washington.
  • Prairie Aviation Museum  Features permanent and rotating exhibits, a mini-theatre, and static outdoor displays of historical aircraft and vehicles.  Located at the West entrance of the Central Illinois Regional Airport at Bloomington, Illinois.
  • Preserved US Military Aircraft A list of US military aircraft preserved and displayed compiled by Ben Marselis.  Designations, location of preserved aircraft, links to museums, etc.
  • James S. McDonnell Prologue Room  Portraying a century of milestone events and showcasing the aircraft and spacecraft that played pivotal roles in the history of flight and space exploration.  Hundreds of scale models, photographs, paintings and artifacts of biplanes, monoplanes, piston engines, and jets.  Near Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
  • Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum  Located at the Pueblo Memorial Airport and operated by veteran volunteers of the Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society.  Includes the International B-24 Museum.
  • The Royal Air Force Museum  Royal Air Force Museum London is situated on the historic site of the London Aerodrome and houses over 100 aircraft from around the world.  Royal Air Force Museum Cosford has one of the largest aviation collections in the UK, with over 70 historic aircraft.
  • Russian Air Force Museum at Monino, Russia  Information about the museum, aircraft photos, Russian aviation-related monuments, links to related Websites.
  • San Diego Aerospace Museum Collection listing (over 65 aircraft), hours, news, educational programs.
  • San Francisco Airport Museums  Museum programs, current and future exhibits.
  • Secrets of the Soviet Airbase  An historical museum of the Soviet airbases in Hungary and Austria.  Located in Berekfurdo, Hungary.
  • The Shoreham Aircraft Museum  UK museum dedicated to the Battle of Britain, featuring artifacts from German and British aircraft, and display of paintings by aviation artist Geoff Nutkins.
  • Shuttleworth Old Warden Park  The Shuttleworth Collection is in a quiet countryside setting, actually on an old fashioned all grass aerodrome with eight hangars.  These hangars comprise an aeroplane engineering workshop, a garage and coachroom, and the remainder house the aircraft collection.  Flying displays are held regularly throughout the year from May through to October.
  • Igor I. Sikorsky Historical Archives Inc. A foundation dedicated to acquiring, preserving and protecting the historical materials that chronicle the aviation careers of Igor Sikorsky, the companies he founded and the accomplishments of its employees.
  • Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum  Exhibitions, news, lectures, events.
  • Solent Sky Museum  Aviation history of the Solent area and Hampshire.  This was important area aircraft experimental and development work also for civil and military aircraft operation.  The Museum tells the story of 26 aircraft companies, the largest flying boat operation in the world, and in particular the legendary Spitfire designed at Supermarine by R.J.Mitchell in the heart of the City of Southampton.
  • South Dakota Air & Space Museum  More than 25 historic bombers, fighters, utility aircraft, missiles, plus many indoor exhibits of aviation memorabilia.  Free admission every day, all year round at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
  • The Southern Museum of Flight Facilities, exhibits, history at this Birmingham, Alabama museum.
  • Southwest Soaring Museum  Their mission is to create a world-class museum that preserves and presents the history and legacy of soaring, provides educational exhibits and programs, and sponsors aeronautical research programs relating to solar-powered flight.  Located at Moriarty Airport, Moriarty, New Mexico.  The Southwest Soaring Museum Foundation, Inc. seeks to acquire and manage an endowment that provides a supplementary income stream to the Museum.
  • Spitfire-Museum.com  The official Internet site for the Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial at Manston in Kent, UK.
  • Stampe and Vertongen Museum  A small museum dedicated to the history of aviation in Antwerp, with 6 airworthy WWI replica's, plus a V1 and some Stampe SV 4 aircraft on display.  At Antwerp International Airport.
  • Strategic Air Command Museum  The SAC Museum holds 31 aircraft and 6 missles located in a 300,000 square foot building midway between Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Strategic Air & Space Museum  Preserving the history of the Strategic Air Command near Ashland, Nebraska.
  • Tennessee Museum of Aviation  A 50,000 sq. ft. facility with an artifacts gallery that traces aviation history from before the Wright Brothers.  See the Gen. Jimmy Doolittle Medal of Honor, thousands of historic artifacts, and Tennessee's Aviation Hall of Fame.
  • Texas Air Museum  At Stinson Field, San Antonio, Texas
  • The Toronto Aerospace Museum, Canada  Aircraft gallery, news, museum projects, airshows, gift shop.
  • Tulsa Air and Space Museum  Exhibits, planetarium, youth classes and events, newsletter, museum store.
  • USS Hornet Museum  The aircraft carrier USS Hornet participated in World War II and the Apollo 11 manned space mission.  Now peacefully moored at Alameda Point on San Francisco Bay.
  • Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum & Tico Airshow  An educational museum in Florida dedicated to the preservation of aviation history for future generations.
  • Vintage Flying Museum  A nonprofit Texas group that is dedicated to the restoration, preservation of historical aircraft and the eductation of local youth in aviation science and history.
  • Virginia Aviation Museum  Vintage flying machines, aviation films and lectures, and an SR-71 on permanent display.  Located at the Richmond International Airport in Sandston, Virginia, USA.
  • Vulcan to the Sky  Restored Avro Vulcan XH558.
  • WACO Aircraft Museum & Aviation Learning Center  The WACO Historical Society was organized to preserve the history the company and its planes.  In Troy, Ohio.
  • The WASP WWII Museum  Plans to build a world class museum to honor the Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWII (WASP), the first women in history to fly America's military aircraft, to be built at the site of the only air field in America used exclusively to train women pilots to fly ‘the Army way'--Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TEXAS.
  • Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum  WAAAM has one of the largest fleets of air-worthy antique aircraft.  They believe in keeping them flying to peserve our heritage of flight.  Comments or Other Information: Located on the Ken Jernstead Airfield 4S2 in Hood River, Oregon.
  • Western North Carolina Air Museum  This Hendersonville museum is run by volunteers and offers about 20 vintage aricraft, most of which are airworthy.
  • Wilmington Aviation Foundation Inc.  A non-profit organization created to promote and develop a museum to enhance knowledge, history and appreciation for the role Wilmington, New Hanover County and Southeastern North Carolina has played in aviation and the defense of the USA.
  • Wings of the North  A non-profit, all-volunteer organization that seeks to preserve and present aviation history.  Located in Eden Prairie, MN, USA.
  • Wings of History, the Air Museums of Europe  Tells the story of aviation in Europe through the historic aircraft that still exist in museums and collections.
  • The Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum Denver museum.
  • Yankee Air Museum  Flight experiences April through October on the B-17 Yankee Lady and the B-25 Yankee Warrior.  A non-profit organization.  Willow Run Airport, Michigan.
  • The Yorkshire Air Museum  A unique collection of over 40 internationally recognised aircraft and fascinating displays all combined into a historic site.
  • Zarik's - Australian Commercial Aviation Collection  A not-for-profit aviation collection dedicated to saving Australia's commercial airline heritage online.  The collection includes 34 airlines and 600 items.