This art deco style terminal takes you back to the golden age of air travel. Even if you don’t remember the days when air travel was glamorous and travelers dressed in their finest clothes, you’ll feel a sense of nostalgia as you view the photos and artifacts of that grand era. Restoration of the building is still underway, but the museum is open to the public. Exhibits include model planes, airline memorabilia and uniforms, photos, and equipment. The museum currently owns three airplanes and it is expected that additional planes will be added to the collection.
The third Saturday each month features Wings and Wheels. Tour the museum, have lunch, view classic cars and airplanes and special programs.
For more information, see the Air Terminal Museum web site.
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