The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum engages and educates visitors through the
use of exhibits, artifacts, archival materials and stories towards achieving
an understanding of the history and evolution of the Eighth Air Force and American
Air Power. The Museum uses these resources to ensure that the character, courage,
and patriotism embodied by American service personnel are presented as lessons
for the benefit of future generations.
Tri-State Warbird Museum
The Tri-State Warbird Museum was formed in 2003, by a group
of volunteers, who are committed to helping preserve the memory
of those who served and sacrificed for our freedom. Their
core mission: "The Tri-State
Warbird Museum is a historic non-profit aviation museum, led
by a staff of volunteers and professionals, dedicated to remembering
those who fought for our freedom, and honoring those who made
the ultimate sacrifice".
Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum is unique in its coverage of conflicts,
especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from
the First World War to the present day. It seeks to provide
for, and to encourage, the study and understanding of the history
of modern war and ‘war-time experience’.
Pacific Aviation Museum
Planes of Fame Museum
Planes of Fame Air Museum is an independently operated, non-profit
501(c)(3) aviation museum dedicated to collecting, restoring,
displaying, and preserving aircraft and memorabilia for the
educational benefit of current and future generations.
San Diego Air & Space Museum
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization. The Museum is unique to the region and serves
the public through its mission – to celebrate the history of
aviation and space; to educate the public regarding science
and aerospace technology; and to inspire innovation and achievement.
The SDASM was the first aero-themed museum to be accredited
by the American Association of Museums (1986), is an affiliate
of the Smithsonian, and is nationally recognized as one of
the country’s premier aerospace museums.
Yankee Air Museum
Yankee Air Museum is located at historic Willow Run Airport (KYIP), Ypsilanti, MI, where more than 8000 B-24 Liberators were built by Ford Motor Company. Ford built sub-assemblies for another 4000 B-24’s that were assembled at other locations. Yankee Air Museum operates a B-17G, B-25, C-47 and V-77 Stinson.
The National WASP WWII Museum seeks to educate and inspire all generations with
the story of the WASP: Women Airforce Service Pilots - the first women to fly
American’s military aircraft - women who forever changed the role of women in
American Airpower Heritage Museum
Today, the American Airpower Heritage Museum (AAHM) located
at Midland International Airport in Midland, Texas, is dedicated
to preserving the complete history of World War II military
aviation and the memory of the men and women who built, serviced
and flew the historic military aircraft of World War II.
The art deco facility is home to over 40 rare and vintage
aircraft many of which have been restored to flyable condition.
But that is just the beginning - they offer a variety of
guided tours including visits to working restoration
and maintenance areas. You can climb inside the cockpit of
a Corsair fighter for a battle over the Pacific and then
take a spin on state-of-the-art hang glide simulator
in the Fun with Flight area. If you are looking for
a real experience, real fun, and real takeaway - something
the entire family can enjoy, Fantasy of Flight is An Attraction
on a Higher Plane.
Warbirds of Long Island
Warbirds Over Long Island is located on Long Island, NY, and
is dedicated to the presentation of World War II planes and
the history that surrounds them. It is truly their belief that
in order to properly pay homage to the heroes who flew these
magnificent machines, we must put forth our best efforts to
keep them flying proud so that their legacy may live on through
Designated in 2003 as Florida’s “Official Aviation Museum and
Education Center”, the Florida Air Museum displays a rich variety
of aircraft and artifacts covering the history and significance
of the first 100 years of flight. The Museum features a dynamic
display of the best examples aviation has to offer with more
than fifty aircraft on display, including one-of-a-kind designs,
classics, ultra lights, antiques and warbirds.
Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, at the site of the world’s largest
aviation event (EAA Air Venture), the Museum is one of the
most extensive aviation attractions in the world, a year-round
destination for the entire family.
Warhawk Air Museum
The Warhawk Air Museum is a not for profit organization funded entirely by individual donations and private foundations. The mission of the museum is to teach and preserve World War II history from the home front to the war front and aviation history from the advent of flight through the space age.