Aircraft Museums

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I hate waiting at airports, but things may have changed if San Francisco became the airport I was stuck at! They have their own aviation museum! The San Francisco Airport Commission Aviation Library and Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum provides unique opportunities for learning about the development of commercial aviation and the role it plays in our everyday lives. Located in the International Terminal, it is an architectural adaptation of the Airport's 1930s passenger lobby. The collection focuses on air transport with an emphasis on the West Coast and the Pacific region. Exhibitions, research services, and educational programs are offered to the public free of charge. In addition to the museum there is also a boutique beer bar outlet!!
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  • 390th Memorial Museum: A museum in Tucson, commemorating the 390th Bombardment Group.
  • The Air Defense Radar Museum: An online museum of documents which contain the history of the U.S. Air Force in the defense of the airspace of North America.
  • Air Heritage Inc.: A 501-3C aircraft museum and restoration facility located in Beaver County PA.
  • The Air Museum Planes of Fame: One of the first aviation museums in the US with many flying aircraft. Offers warbird rides to museum members.
  • Air Victory Museum: Aviation museum located in Medford, NJ at the South Jersey Regional Airport.
  • AirMobile - Science Museum of Virginia: Aerospace Education Exhibits and Workshops bring the Science Museum of Virginia to you. Travels throughout the Commonwealth providing an overview of Virginia aviation to schools, fairs and special events.
  • Airventure Museum: Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. One of the most extensive aviation attractions in the world, a year-round destination for the entire family.
  • Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum: Museum information.
  • Alaskaland Pioneer Air Museum: The farthest North air museum in the US. Dedicated to the Alaskan Aviation Pioneers of yesteryear and today.
  • American Airpower Heritage Museum: Extensive online tour of the World War II military aviation museum and national headquarters of the Commemorative Air Force in Midland, Texas.
  • American Airpower Museum: Operational World War II aircraft housed in the same hangars that built Republic Aviation P-47's. Includes reenactions, C-47 flight experiences and access to a restored control tower. At Republic airport, Farmingdale, NY.
  • American Helicopter Museum & Education Center: Dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of historic rotorcraft. Located outside of Philadelphia.
  • Arkansas Air Museum: Arkansa Air Museum is a flying museum featuring rare aircraft from the 1920s and 1930s.
  • Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum: The museum has 17 aircraft plus other related artifacts. Located near Halifax International Airport, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  • Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum: Dedicated to the memory of all military and civilian personnel who served in any capacity in the wars and conflicts from 1942 to 1970. Located at the Columbus Indiana Municipal Airport.
  • Australia's Museum of Flight: Offer a rare opportunity to see historic Warbirds and the Navy's latest operational aircraft flying.
  • Aviation Heritage Museum: World class museum that will offer flight academy, history, Wall of Honor and restoration wing. The museum will be built at Alliance Airport in Fort Worth, Texas
  • Aviation Heritage Museum of Western Australia: Created to preserve and give a home to the aeroplanes and other artefacts which make up Western Australia's aviation heritage. They make up the Bullcreek Collection.
  • Aviation Museums (US): Aviation museum locator.
  • Aviation Museums: Another link to aviation museums list
  • Aviation Museum of Kentucky: Fosters and promotes aviation facilities, safety, industry, business, and aerospace education in Kentucky and elsewhere. At Bluegrass Airport, Lexington.
  • Bomber County Aviation Museum: We strive to preserve a portion of Lincolnshire's Aviation past. In Lincolnshire, UK.
  • Britannia Aircraft Preservation Trust: Actively preserving, restoring and exhibiting Bristol Britannia aircraft, artefacts and documents.
  • Brooklands Museum: The birth place of motor racing and aviation in England - also National Rescue at work rescuing aircraft.
  • Aviation Museum of Santa Paula: Chain of hangars showcasing antique, experimental, ultralight aircraft, plus more. Santa Paula, CA.
  • Calgary Aero Space Musium: Historical information about the dynamic aviation history of Canada.
  • Canada Aviation Museum: Located in Ottawa, the museum offers one of the world's great aeronautical collections. Visit the collection and aviation history on-line.
  • Canadian Museum of Flight: A unique collection of military and civilian aircraft in static and flying condition.
  • Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum: Step into aviation history. Our new showcase museum exhibits over 25 vintage Warbirds.
  • Castle Air Museum: 44 grand old war birds on display. Indoor display of aviation related memorabilia. located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, CA
  • Cavanaugh Flight Museum: Located just outside of Dallas, Texas. The museum contains an extensive collection of aircraft, artwork and artifacts spanning the time period from World War I through the Vietnam conflict.
  • Central California Historical Military Museum: Eagle Field AAF training base is under restoration as an historical monument to the men who fought WWII.
  • Central Finland Aviation Museum: Official page of Central Finland Aviation Museum. Aviation history from 1917. Ex FAF fighters etc.
  • City of Norwich Aviation Museum: In the UK. Displays and Static Aircraft including avro Vulcan, RAF 100 Group, USAAF 458th Bombardment Group.
  • CollectAir Museum: A traditional aviation art gallery in Santa Barbara.
  • College Park Aviation Museum: Established in 1909 when the Wright Brothers, Orville and Wilbur, brought their newly accepted government aeroplane to this field to teach the first two Army officers to fly. In College Park, MD.
  • Combat Air Museume: A wide variety of military and aviation oriented memorabilia, ranging in time from the first World War to the space shuttle program. In Topeka, KS.
  • Commemorative Air Force, Arizona Wing Museum: Dedicated to the preservation in flying condition of the great warplanes that dominated the skies during World War II. Mesa Arizona.
  • The Cradle of Aviation Museum: One of the few collections in the world incorporating military/civilian aircraft and spacecraft. Located at Mitchel Field, Long Island.
  • The Aviation Museum of Denmark: an impressive collection of "flying objects"
  • Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum:
  • Denmark Tekinske Museum: National Museum of Science and Technology.
  • The Deutsches Museum: Site of the historic airfield and aerodrome which was built between 1912 and 1919 by the Bayerische Fliegertruppen. More than 50 aeroplanes, helicopters and gliders and also an original EUROPA rocket.
  • Dornier Museum Friedrichschafen Germany - Near the Zeppelin Museum
  • East Essex Aviation Society and Museum: Formed in 1985 in England when interest grew locally in the recovery of a crashed P-51D Mustang of the U.S. 479th Fighter Group.
  • Evergreen Aviation Museum: New home of the HK-1 "Spruce Goose". Located in McMinnville, Oregon.
  • Fantasy of Flight: Florida's aviation themed attraction, allows the public to see part of the world's largest privately held vintage aircraft collection and share, moments from aviation's storied past.
  • Fargo Air Museum: Fargo, ND.
  • Finnish Aviation Museum - Suomen Ilmailumuseo: Owned and operated by the Aviation Museum Society. There are presently 63 aircraft on exhibit, military as well as civilian.
  • Flying Fighters: See our historic fighter collection, from pre WWII to Jets. We also restore for other enthusiasts, aircraft to operational condition. Queensland, Australia.
  • The Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation & Aviation Museum: Located onboard MCAS Miramar in San Diego California. Over two dozen USMC aircraft on display.
  • Flying Museum: At Lelystad Airport the Netherlands. More than 30 different aircraft are on show.
  • The Flying Museum - Fliegermuseum Altenrhein: In Altenrhein - Switzerland. We not just exhibit vintage planes here but we keep them "ready to fly".
  • The Frontiers of Flight Museum - past six years a Smithsonian Affiliate. The Frontiers of Flight Museum is a world class museum located on Dallas Love Field. Address is 6911 Lemmon Ave. Dallas, TX. It is the home of the Apollo 7 capsule on long-term loan from NASA.
  • Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum: Flying Tigers Warbird Museum is currently restoring a B-17, P-40, and many others. Lots of pics, info on the aircraft, etc. One of a kind museum.
  • Foynes Flying Boat Museum: Where from 1939 to 1945 all transatlantic flights landed on the Shannon Estuary in Ireland.
  • Fundación Infante de Orleans: Aircraft collection in flight, Cuatro Vientos Airport in Madrid Spain.
  • The Glenn H.Curtiss Museum: Located just outside the village of Hammondsport, NY, is filled with early 20th century flight experiences, Curtis bicycles, motorcycles, travel trailers and of course, airplanes.
  • The Helicopter Museum: The Worlds Largest dedicated Helicopter Museum. Located on the South West Coast of England.
  • The Heritage of Eagles Air Museums: An all-volunteer non-profit museum dedicated to the preservation of the Eagle Field Army Air Forces Training Base. Located at Eagle Field near Dos Palos, CA.
  • Heritage-In-Flight Museum: HIF is a military aviation museum with displays of aircraft and memorabilia. In Camp Ellis near Macomb, IL.
  • Hill Aerospace Museum: Located on Hill Air Force Base in Roy, Utah. A member of the USAF Museum System.
  • Hillier Air Museum: Aircraft of the 1940's. Beech D17-S, Stearman N2S-2, Ryan PT-22, Globe GC-1B Swift, Cessna 140, Piper J-2, Beech 35. Modesto, CA.
  • Hiller Aviation Museum: Opening in 1997, the museum will be about N. Cal. aviation history, and the contributions of Stanley Hiller.
  • Hinkler House Memorial Museum: Hinkler House Memorial Museum & Research Association in Australia is dedicated to honouring and promoting the memory of Australian aviation pioneer, Herbert John Louis (Bert) Hinkler, AFC .DSM.
  • Imperial War Museum: Europe's top aviation museum. Superb collection of historic aircraft. The centre for historic aviation and site of thrilling airshows.
  • Imperial War Museum - Duxford: Duxford retains its wartime atmosphere and many of its aeroplanes still fly.
  • Imperial War Museum - North: A new branch of the Imperial War Museum, situated on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal in Trafford.
  • Indiana Aviation Museum: Valparaiso, Indiana: The museum aircraft inventory centers around the excellent collection of James Read, founder and president of the museum.
  • International Airliners Museum: I.A.M. is a budding airliners museum and is looking for aircraft to display in our museum. A/C must be ferryable to Australia.
  • International Women's Air & Space Museum: The museum is dedicated to preserving the achievements of women in aviation and aerospace and promoting education of women's aviation history. Cleveland, OH.
  • Interpid Sea-Air-Space Museum: Maintains an extensive aircraft collection spanning the entire history of flight. In New York City.
  • Iowa Aviation Museum: The Iowa Aviation Preservation Center celebrates the history and spirit of aviation in Iowa. Vintage arcraft and the Iowa Aviation Hall of Fame.

  • Istanbul Aviation Museum
    First built in Izmir in 1971. The museum which was closed in 1979 and was moved to its present location, Yesilyurt, in Istanbul, reopened in 1985.
    The museum which was both indoor and outdoor exhibition sections, jet-motor and hovercrafts, cargo planes, helicopters, some aviation arms, pictures, emblems, medallions.
    Located: Aviation Warfare Commandership, Yesilyurt/ Istanbul Phone: +90 212 574 11 00 Open everyday (except Monday and Tuesday) from 09:00 to 16:30
  • The Israeli Air Force Museum: Museum information.
  • Jet Age Museum: A significant collection of aircraft and other artefacts stored at several locations. In UK.
  • Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum: Museum of historical aircraft & restoration center. Have the rare opportunity to see the aircraft take to the skies in the "flight of the day" program. In MI.
  • Kansas Aviation Museum: KAM is a volunteer and donation operated museum to display the aviation history of Kansas and Wichita, The Air Capitol.
  • Kent Battle of Britain Museum: In Kent, UK.
  • Leonardo da Vinci Loire Valley France - A museum set in the house in which Leonardo spent the last 4 years of his life. Includes reconstructions made from his plans using materials of his day.
  • Lietuvos Aviacijos Muziejus: Lithuanian Aviation Museum. Kaunas, Lithuania.
  • Lone Star Flight Museum: Information about the Museum and the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame. Galveston, Texas.
  • London Science Museum An aviation enthusiast just can't visit London and NOT visit this establishment. Situated in the 'Museum Precinct' in Knightsbridge, home to the Victoria & Albert, Natural History and the Science Museum. Also worthy of note is that the venue is walking distance from Harrods. Enjoy exhibits ranging from a replica Wright Flyer to a genuine Apollo Capsule!
  • Maine Air Museum: New, fledgling museum presenting Maine's aviation heritage. Located at Bangor International Airport.
  • The Malta Aviation Museum Foundation: The aim of the foundation is to record, collect and preserve Malta's aviation heritage primarily by establishing and operating a Malta Aviation Museum belonging to the Foundation.
  • McChord Air Museum: The official USAF organization whose mission is to portray the history of McChord Air Force Base, the aircraft woven through that history and the people who made that history part of our heritage.
  • Mid America Air Museum: Fifth largest general aviation museum in U.S. with 100+ aircraft including military trainers, experimental aircraft, Kansas-made crafts and helicopters.
  • Midland Air Museum: In Warwickshire, UK.
  • Militaire Luchtvaart Museum: The Dutch militairy airforce museum at Soesterberg.
  • The Military Aviation Preservation Society: The MAPS Air Museum is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and display of warbird aircraft.
  • Minter Field Air Museum: Minter Field Air Museum - the site of WW II basic pilot training for nearly 12,000 cadets.
  • The Mitchell Gallery of Flight: Located inside Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport. Museum has exhibits and artifacts on Astronaut Jim Lovell, Lester Maitland, Billy Mitchell and the first US airliner -Lawson airplane.
  • Moffett Field Museum: Free military museum at Moffett Federal Airfield, Hangar One, CA.
  • Monino Air Force Museum: Monino, Russia. Photos and information about the premier aviation museum. The museum features many rare and unique aircraft including many exotic experimental aircraft.
  • Montrose Air Station Museum: Operated by Montrose Air Station Museum Trust, incorporating the RFC/RAF Montrose Museum. A local aviation museum, Montrose, Angus, Scotland,
  • Moorabbin Air Museum: Home to over 50 different aircraft and an archive containing thousands of artifacts and documentation describing Australia's aviation past. In Melbourne Victoria, Australia.
  • sloaneflyer.jpg (12836 bytes)Muwala Historical Society Museum NSW Australia Take a real time look at Australian early aviation history. Learn about the fascinating history of the 'Sloane Flyer', then step beyond a book and view the actual aircraft! This is probably the only surviving example of an early 'home design, home built' aircraft from the very beginning of Australian aviation history. Click the picture to visit the web site of Ann and Alexander Sloane to learn more, plus order a copy of their book on the subject. Then, plan a trip via Mulwala, and pop into the local historical museum where the aircraft is rigged up as the main exhibit.
  • Museu do Ar: The Portuguese Air Force Museum.
  • Musée Aéronautique Presqu'île-Côte d'Amour: Museum restoration and preservation of old airplanes. Located in France.
  • Musée de L'Air et de l'Espace: Air and Space museum Paris Le Bourget, France.
  • Museo del Aire: Spanish Air Force museum in Cuatro Vientos, Madrid.
  • Museo del Politecnico di Torino: Aeronautical Section.
  • Museum of Aviation: 2nd largest Air Force Museum, 93 aircraft, exhibits.
  • The Museum of Berkshire Aviation: A fascinating collection of aircraft and photographs recalling Berkshire's Avaition Heritage. In the UK.
  • The Museum of Flight: Located on historic Boeing Field in Seattle. It is one of the world's finest air and space museums.
  • Museum of Flying: The Museum located in Santa Monica, California, houses a rare collection of World War II fighter aircraft.
  • National Air & Space Museum: Homepage of the NASM, part of the Smithsonian, in Washington, DC.
  • National Air and Space Museum of Australia: A fully interactive aviation environment utilising world-class technology at the nation's most historic airfield, Point Cook - the birthplace of the Royal Australian Air Force.
  • National Museum of Naval Aviation: The Museum is dedicated to preserving and exhibiting the heritage and cutting-edge achievements of Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Aviation. Located in Pensacola FL.
  • National Museum of Science and Technology For 'Early Flight' enthusiasts. If you happen to be going to Europe try and visit either, or both, of these museums a see just how 'forward thinking' Leonardo Da Vinci was.
    Milan - - English, French and Italian versions of this site.
  • The National Soaring Museum: Our mission is to preserve and present the heritage of motorless flight, and to promote a greater knowledge of gliding, soaring, and related aeronautics. NSM is located in Elmira, New York,
  • National Warplane Museum: National Warplane Museum, Horseheads, NY (Elmira-Corning Airport) and the "Wings of Eagles Airshow" aircraft photos and airshow info.
  • NASW Foundatopn: The Naval Air Station Wildwood - is in the process of creating an aircraftÊ museum at Hangar #1 located at the Cape May County Airport, Lower Township, NJ. Hangar #1 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Naval Air Station Wildwood Foundation: An aircraft museum dedicated to the 36 airmen who perished training here. Listed on the National Register.
  • New England Air Museum: The largest aviation museum in the northeastern United States. Located at Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
  • New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame Museum: Preserving New Jersey's more than 200 years of aviation heritage.
  • The Niagara Aerospace Museum: Collects aircraft and artifacts relating to the aviation history of the Niagara Frontier. Our collection includes a Bell 47 helicopter, the Bell X-22 V/STOL aircraft, and a Lockheed F-94. Niagara Falls, NY.
  • Norsk Luftfartsmuseum - Norwegian Aviation Museum: Presents Norwegian civil and military aviation history.
  • North East Aircraft Museum: In Sunderland, England, is run primarily by volunteers and welcomes new members.
  • Northern Indiana Aviation Museum: Located at the Goshen airport. Since Aircraft are displayed outside NIAM's long term goal is to build a hangar.
  • The Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum: The largest Aerospace Museum in Illinois.
  • Oklahoma Air & Space Museum: Focuses on the impact of Oklahomans in aviation and space. Various aircraft ∓ models of spacecraft are on display year-round.
  • Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum: The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome preserves early aviation history with flight demonstration of aircraft built from 1900 through 1940.
  • Oregon Air & Space Museum: located in Eugene, Oregon; Vintage aircraft, group tours, airshows, giftshop.
  • Otto-Lilienthal-Museum: Museum for the aviation pioneer (first flight 1891) and his gliders in Anklam Germany.
  • Owls Head Trnsportation Museum: A non-profit organization founded in 1974. Its purpose is to collect, preserve and exhibit pioneer aircraft, ground vehicles and engines significant to the evolution of transportation and/or the state of Maine.
  • Pacific Coast Air Museum: A non-profit organization dedicated to promote the acquisition, restoration, safe operation, and display of historical aircraft.
  • Palm Springs Air Museum The Palm Springs Air Museum contains one of the largest collections of world War II airplanes that continue to fly on a regular basis, from a B-17 flying fortress to the F4F wildcat. This modern 50,000 sq ft air-conditioned museum also houses and exquisite antique automobile collection of the era, fine quality aviation
    art, and original combat photography. Vast open spaces display aircraft and ship models.
  • Pearson Air Museum: Our museum is located on historic Pearson Field, the oldest, continuously active airfield in the West.
  • Peterson Air & Space Museum: The museum preserves and portrays the rich aviation, Air Defense and space heritage of Colorado Springs and Peterson AFB from 1926 to present.
  • Pima Air & Space Museum: In Tucson, AZ a private, nonprofit, educational organization.
  • Piper Aviation Museum: Homepage of the Pipe Aviation Museum in Lock Haven, PA.
  • Polar Aviation Museum: Minnesota's newest and largest aviation museum. Featuring over 50 fully operational Warbirds, Hot Rods, Mortorcycles, Boats and Engines.
  • Prairie Aviation Museum: Home of the only DC3 (Ozark colors) and one of six aircraft on the National Register of Historical Places. Located in Central Illinois Regional Airport.
  • Queensland Air Museum: The museum is a non-profit society which was founded to preserve some of Australia's rapidly disappearing aviation heritage and to serve the educational needs of the community
  • Quonset Air Museum: Information about the Quonset Air Museum in Rhode Island.
  • RAF - Royal Air Force Museum: The official website of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force Museum. Aviation images, history and exhibitions.
  • Royal Australian Air Force Museum: Experience a fully operational RAAF flying unit where visitors can watch as technicians restore and maintain the Museum's fleet of airworthy and static aircraft.
  • Royal Australian Air Force base Wagga Museum: The RAAF Wagga Museum features the history of the RAAF in the Riverina area of Australia.
  • The Royal Malaysian Air Force Museum: The only aviation museum in Malaysia; traces history of military aviation in Malaysia back to 1936.
  • San Diego Aerospace Museum: Information about the San Diego Aerospace Museum.
  • Seattle Museum of Flight: Unofficial homepage for the Seattle Museum of Flight.
  • Selfridge Military Air Museum: Locatede on Selfridge Air National Guard Base near Mount Clemens Michigan.
  • Shoreham Aircraft Museum: UK Museum dedicated to the Battle of Britain, featuring artifacts from German and British aircraft.
  • Sinsheim Technology Museum: Germany
  • Staggerwing Museum Foundation: Tullahoma, Tennessee. Preserves and fosters the history and heritage of Walter and Olive Ann Beech and the Beech Aircraft Company through the display and restoration of Beech aircraft.
  • Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: The Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum new museum for the display and preservation of its collection of historic aviation and space artifacts.
  • Stichting Fokker Four: In the Netherlands.
  • Museum of Flight Annex Page (Unofficial): The facility occupies two hangars and ramp area, and includes some unique aircraft and aviation hardware on display. Located at the Museum of Flight Restoration Facility at Paine Field, Everett, Washington.
  • Solway Aviation Museum: Based at Carlisle Airport, UK.
  • Southern Minnesota Wing of the Confederate Air Force: Airshows, projects, restorations and museum projects.
  • Sun 'n Fun Air Museum: Located at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport. Dedicated to the love of sport aviation.
  • The Swedish Air Force Museum - Flygvapenmuseum: The museum also houses a research library and photo archive.
  • Swift Museum Foundation: Globe/Temco Swift Museum Foundation. Athens, TN.
  • Temora Aviation Museum: Museum aircraft will be flown regularly so that visitors can see these rare aircraft in their element. Temora, Australia.
  • Texas Air Museum: Dedicated to preservation and education of our aviation history. We have three Texas locations to visit.
  • The Texas Aviation Hall of Fame: Contains a flying collection of over 30 historically significant aircraft. The 100,000 square foot facility is located at the Galveston International Airport next to Moody Gardens.
  • Thomas Wieneke Aviation Museums: A collection of links to aviation museums around the world.
  • Tillamook Air Musemum: In Tillamook, Oregon.The museum has been named one of the top five aircraft collections in the nation by the Experimental Aircraft Association.
  • Toronto Aerospace Museum: Canada's newest aerospace museum located in historic de Havilland Canada buildings. Has full size Avro Arrow replica
  • United States Air Force Museum: Information about the USAF museum at Wright Patterson AFB, OH.
  • United States Marine Corps Air/Ground Museum (non official): The museum in Quantico, VA, gives visitors a glimpse of Marine Corps air-ground team development and its achievements in two major wars and numerous minor campaigns.
  • United States Marine Corps Air/Ground Museum:
  • U.S. Army Aviation Museum: The Museum collection maintains many one-of-a-kind aircraft and one of the largest helicopter collections in the world. at Ft. Rucker, Alabama.
  • USS Hornet Museum: A ship that affected the course of history - In Alameda, CA.
  • Valiant Air Command Warbird Air Museum: Museum and restoration programs. Memorabilia and gifts. Dedicated to preserving America's aviation heritage. On Florida's Space Coast (TIX).
  • The Virginia Aviation Museum: A shrine to the golden age of aviation featuring a 1916 Spad VII, 1927 Travel Air 2000, SR-71 Blackbird, 1936 Vultee V1-A, 1941 Monocoupe 110 Special and 22 other vintage aircraft.
  • Walker Transportation Collection/Beverly Historical Society & Museum: The most comprehensive collection of New England transportation material.
  • Walnut Ridge Army Flying School Museum: Place were all the WWII aircraft was returned to after the war. First Bone Yard for aircraft. Walnut Ridge, AR.
  • Western Canada Aviation Museum: WCAM presents an exciting look into Canada's aviation past, preserving Canada's aviation heritage.
  • War Eagles Air Museum: Dedicated to collecting, restoring and displaying historic aircraft of the World War II and the Korean Conflict eras. In Santa Teresa, New Mexico.
  • Western Museum of Flight: Located in Hawthorne, CA. The museum is currently more oriented towards airplane restoration than museum display, but many displays are available for public viewing.
  • Western North Carolina Air Museum: Hendersonville, NC. "Where the Roar echoes on". See and touch the planes that lifted a generation.
  • Wings of History Air Museum: Located in San Martin, California and is dedicated to aviation history through education, preservation, restoration and flight.
  • Wings of Libaration Museum: The liberation of the South of the Netherlands during World War II is the central issue in the Wings of Liberation Museum Park.
  • Wings Over Miami Museum: South Florida's newest living air museum celebrating South Floridas rich commercial and military aviation history.
  • Warbird.org: Dedicated to creating an Internet-based Virtual Air Museum.
  • Yankee Air Museum: An all-Volunteer, Non-Profit Organization dedicated to the acquisition and restoration of historic and vintage aircraft. Located at Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
  • Yorkshire Air Museum: An authentic Second World War bomber station with over 40 aircraft, displays, restoration workshops and an extensive archive.
  • Yugolslav Aviation Museum in Beograd: Well thought out display with some rare craft in attendance. Interesting exhibits pertaining to the NATO/Balkan conflict.

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