Find us at the intersection of South George Washington Boulevard and 31st Street South adjacent to McConnell Air Force Base. Open Tuesday through Sunday.
A 1927 Swallow, a 1931 Stearman Model 4D - just two aircraft on display inside the west wing.
The B-52 under restoration is a highlight of our ramp.
The importance of the Kansas Aviation Museum building to the glory days of Kansas aviation cannot be overstated. Its grand art-deco style appeals both to the aviation community and to anyone interested in historic preservation.
Join us in celebrating the 2020 Kansas Aviation Honor Awards recipients. Enjoy a cocktail reception and ceremony introducing two new Kansas Aviation Hall of Fame inductees and the Governor’s Aviation Honor Award recipient.
Dozens of talented, dedicated and highly skilled volunteers donate countless hours of their time restoring aircraft so they can take their place telling the story of Kansas aviation. Restoration projects range from the earliest production aircraft to the much revered Beechcraft Bonanza.
Our archives are a gold mine of aviation history for the United States and the world. We have original documents, photographs, negatives, drawings, periodicals and blueprints of many historic aircraft.
Reopening to the General Public July 8th
Wednesday: 12 noon - 4 pm
Thursday-Saturday: 10 am to 4 pm Sunday 12 noon- 4 pm
Closed: July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas (Eve & Day), New Years (Eve & Day) and Easter.