New and exciting things going on at the Kansas Aviation Museum

Senior Day- Every Wednesday- 1/2 price admission for all Seniors 55+ 

Little Aviators Friday- Every Friday from 10 am-noon

Upcoming Events

December 15th- Meeting for the B52-D Restoration Project 

December 24th & 25th-Closed for Christmas

January 1st, 2019- Closed for New Years Day

January 10th, 2019- Senior Thursday with Ms. Valerie Wise of the Airport Authority

Holiday Promotions from the Kansas Aviation Museum

Membership Special Offer- Buy One Membership, Give another for Free!* Hurry promotion ends December 31st!                                                                     *Valid for new memberships only

Finishing all your last minute holiday shopping?  Use Amazon Smile and support the Kansas Aviation Museum in the process!  Go to Smile.Amazon.com and select Kansas Aviation Museum from the list of non-profit organizations and start shopping! Amazon will donate .5% of your purchases to the Kansas Aviation Museum. 

 

 

The Kansas Aviation Museum Receives Grant

The Kansas Aviation Museum is beyond grateful to have received a $50,000 grant from Sedgwick County to help restore our B52-D as well as freshen up our front entrance to help distinguish it from McConnell Air Force Base. Read the story here.

Update: We are excited to announce that the meetings have begun to being restoration on the B-52D and that our first team meeting will be held on Saturday, December 15th beginning at 11:00 am at the Kansas Aviation Museum.  If you are interested in helping with this project, please try to attend this meeting.

Looking to start volunteering? Click below to find out more!

 


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The Gem Wichita Deserves!

The Kansas Aviation Museum has been flying high over the past ten years with upgrades, renovations, and the like that make the museum a better place for both Wichita area residents and visitors alike.
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