The Museum of Aviation is bringing a new adventure to our Virtual Reality Simulator. It is called the Cosmos Coaster. It will feature a roller coaster ride in outer space.
Through partnership between the Museum of Aviation and Pulseworks, LLC—an Atlanta-based
Today is #GivingTuesday! Every little bit helps, whether you donate $5 or $500! And all donations are tax-deductible! Facebook and PayPal will match a total of $7 Million in donations!
Your donation will go to support general operations of the Museum
The Museum of Aviation won the TAG (TAG Education Collaborative) STEM Education Award for the NASA Operation STEM program! To view the press release, click here:
Celebrating Our Heritage and Heroes
As we reflect on this past year, we have much to be thankful for here at the Museum of Aviation. Many strides have been made in working towards becoming a world-class museum and
Fresh Brewed Production’s New York City Musical, “The Wright Brothers – Those Daring Young Men & Their Flying Machine,” will be performed at the Museum of Aviation in the Century of Flight Hangar, on November 3, 2018. There will only
Vietnam War Veterans, Robert Koehne and Robert Butterfield, who flew the B-57B Canberra (Koehne on left, Butterfield on right)
On Thursday October 25th, veterans who flew the B-57 Canberra visited the Museum of Aviation to see up close the
David Zurfluh, the National President of PVA, wrote an article in the Paraplegia News about what Veteran’s Day means to him, and his tribute to Brig. Gen. Robert Lee Scott Jr.
Check out the article here: PVA Article
Happy 95th Birthday to our wonderful volunteer, Victor Nicoletti! He was an aircraft mechanic for fighter airplanes in WWII. Thank you Victor for your service to this country and our Museum! If you would like to view our interview with
Bob Thrower, Bob Denison, Carolyn Small, Mike Nichols, George Ireland, Cameron Smith (Pictured from left to right)
On October 13, 2018 the Museum of Aviation B-17 Restoration Volunteers hosted the 26th Annual Wings and Wheels Car Show, as
Starting Saturday October 6, visitors to the Museum of Aviation can experience the thrill of leaving Earth or having an adventure under the sea, without actually leaving the museum, thanks to an exciting new motion-based virtual reality (VR) attraction