We are a grass roots museum, whose efforts are to preserve aviation history for future generations. Our goal is to educate children all across the state about the era of World War I through World War II and the impact these wars had in history. Bringing the thrill of aviation to local and rural communities through an approved curriculum for schools and their history program, and through our traveling "Living History" exhibit, we have found a tremendously rewarding avenue for educating young people.
We are also extremely excited to have Barrington Irving as a special webcast speaker for our school program. Barrington is the youngest person ever and the first black pilot to fly solo around the world. His website, Experience Aviation, inspires young people to identity and pursue their dreams through dynamic aviation education programs designed to build math, science reading and probelm-solving skills. Barrington's involvement in our museum will have a terrific impact on the school children as they hear such an accomplished and honored pilot speak!
Please join us on a tour of our museum. We offer group, educational and individual tours. More information on group and educational (school) tours is available--including open dates and reservation information--by calling our museum at (303) 502-5347.