Our goal is the acquisition, restoration, display, and operation of antique and vintage aircraft from the Golden Age of Flight, roughly 1920 to 1940. The aircraft are displayed in four hangers. The inventory changes regularly as restorations are completed and new additions are acquired. The museum is a not-for-profit educational institution.
A few of the planes in the collection have an extensive motion picture and TV background. Visit our website for details, photos and special event schedules. The Museum's aircraft do fly from time to time, but there is no set schedule. However, the airport is also home to about thirty other antique and classic planes that are owned and operated by private individuals. Feel free to wander the grounds but Do Not Drive Vehicles or Bicycles past the parking lot. Step into the main office building and ask for assistance.
Located at Creve Coeur Airport. Stop by for a guided tour of the museum's hangers — you will not be disappointed.
Admission: $10 ~ ages 5-12, $5 ~ younger than 5, free.