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Vintage Flying Museum, Fort Worth

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
The Vintage Flying Museum is an American aviation museum located at Meacham International Airport, Fort Worth, Texas.MissionThe primary mission of the Vintage Flying Museum, a Texas 501C Non Profit, is to preserve America's flying heritage in Word, Deed and Action.ProgramsThe museum provides educational programs that include aviation summer camps for middle and high school students, and Take Flight Days, which are programs for elementary school students.
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  • We found this place doing a search through TripAdvisor! Truly a hidden gem for those that are into vintage aircraft. The highlight of the museum is the Special K. These folks are lovingly restoring th...  read more »
  • An amazing collection of vintage planes. Highly knowledgeable tour! Very interesting! Very small museum in regards to the interior, but amazing collection of actual planes. Great for aviation history ...  read more »
  • There were more planes would be even nicer. Very helpful staff. I had the opportunity to see up close the airplanes under repair and the helicopter Huey UH1 on the outside.
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  • Fantastic experience. It's a small museum, but if you receive a tour from one the volunteers your experience will be incredible. All the employees are very nice and friendly and knowledgeable. You pay a small fee for a great experience. Definitely recommend this museum to anyone interested in history and planes.
  • This is a rare place that affords you the opportunity to get up close and personal with historic aircraft. You get to see them fly which is very rare. You can watch maintenance crew do the very important work! It is great inspiration for children and adult alike. It is a true restoration facility.
  • I got there about 45 minutes before the place open but the guy told me I could go walk around the hangers and look and take pictures
  • Every time I go to the Vintage Flying Museum there is something new going on. Since this is a functional maintenance hangar you can speak to the the people working on the aircraft and learn about what goes in to the restoration and maintenance of an airworthy vintage airframe.
  • Very messy hangar. Very disorganized and needing lots of work to call itself a museum. More like a very disorganized FBO. It would be interesting to see what an FAA Part 145 audit would find.
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