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Vintage Flying Museum, Fort Worth

4.5
#16 of 23 in Museums in Fort Worth
Four separate organizations promoting aviation through preservation, restoration, education and demonstration.

- Vintage Flying Museum

- Commemorative Air Force

- Greatest Generation Aircraft

- Cowtown A-3 Skywarrior Association

Vintage Flying Museum is a 501C (3) Non Profit Organization. Your donation to tour the museum is an important contribution to the preservation of these important aircraft. Want to do more? Talk to one of our museum volunteers!

The primary mission of the Vintage Flying Museum is to preserve America’s flying heritage in Word, Deed and Action. Over 200 members now support these efforts.

Numerous aircraft are on exhibit including several which are extremely rare and historic. Additional displays include a dedicated reciprocal and jet engine room, an FAA Aviation Education Resource Center, WWII memorabilia and artifact exhibits, a unique aircraft model exhibit and gift shop.

One of our greatest achievements and contributions to the community is the development of our aviation education programs. Since 1993, the Vintage Flying Museum, in collaboration with the Federal Aviation Administration, has been offering the Dallas/Fort Worth Community a broad-based series of educational programs. These programs included aviation summer camps for middle and high school students, and “Take Flight Days”, (a 1-day aviation experience for students). Using our world travel planner, Fort Worth attractions like Vintage Flying Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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4.7
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  • If you're a hard-core aviation enthusiast this is museum is not to be missed. They have roughly 20 planes in the collection but the exact number of planes present will vary from week to week since...  more »
  • We all enjoyed this place. It was educational to both adults and children. Lots of interesting exhibits.  more »
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  • Nice place to visit and browse for only $10. A few airplanes you can look at. Some in the process of restoration. A really nice collection of engines. Also a cockpit that you can climb in and play with. Lots of memorabilia and pictures. The gift shop is nice too. A lot of fun for only $10.
  • It is a great flying museum. They have a number of vintage aircraft that get my creative juices flowing! I love it and hope to fly in one, someday.

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