The Museum’s Air Adventure program is located at Hangar 1, approximately five miles from the Museum. As of 2018, the building has been decommissioned for aeronautical use, meaning the aircraft have to be moved.
The Museum is currently fundraising to build its new Roush Aeronautics Center that will allow us to house our Historic Flying Aircraft Collection under a roof that the Museum owns. This will allow us to place the most treasured part of their collection just blocks from the current Museum location. With the new Roush Aeronautics Center, the Museum will be able to create a higher quality customer experience, open the possibilities to private events, and allow the Air Adventures program to grow. This Center also opens opportunities for the Museum to create new educational programing around its mission.
Click on Phase 3 to see the latest video on the progress of the build!
Help us by contributing today! By donating to the Aeronautics Center, you will also be contributing to the strength of Yankee Air Museum by assuring our Historic Flyable Aircraft Collection remain airworthy and a part of STEAM Education.
If you have any questions, please contact Irene Korich, Development Assistant at email@example.com
The Yankee Air Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations to the Yankee Air Museum are tax-deductible to the extent provided by the law.