Here to fly in a Real Russian MiG Jet Fighter
Kitty Hawk Exhibit
Take a tour of the at sea
operations of the aircraft
carrier, the USS Kitty Hawk. 1977 - 1978
Historical Events of this West Pac Cruise
Flyer Brass Sculpture
Brass Model Kit
Photo-etched brass pieces that easily assemble into a dramatic aircraft
model sculpture that is sure to impress! Requires only a modeling
knife, tweezers and glue to assemble your own museum quality display piece.
Pilot figure and bicycle included. 6½"
wingspan when complete.
Brothers Books, Models and Videos
The last updates on the museum listings were added 18 Jan 2011
Due to legal
changes in Illinois, I will not be updating this list until further
These museums change their information and locations very often.
Please try to
contact the museum before you try to visit it, it may not be there
anymore. If you get the museum's
service it's a safe bet they are still in business.
C. Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum
10825 E. Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
About 4 Aircraft
Air &Space Museum
Burke Lakefront Airport
1501 North Marginal Road
Cleveland, OH 44114
Call: 1.216.623.1111 or FAX: 1.216.623.1113
About ? Aircraft
5075 South Hamilton Rd.
Groveport, Ohio 43125-9336
Phone: (614) 836-1500
Fax: (614) 836-5110
located just south of Columbus, Ohio.
About 4 Aircraft
NASA Lewis Research Center
21000 Brookpark Rd.
Cleveland, OH. 44135
Near Cleveland Hopkns International Airport
About 3 Aircraft
National Museum of the United States
1100 Spaatz Street
Wright-Patterson Air force Base
Info thanks to Pat Carry
About 182 Aircraft
Neil Armstrong Air &
P.O. Box 1978
I-75 & Bellefontaine St.
Wapakoneta, OH. 45895
This Museum is centered on Neil Armstrong
an interesting note, the Aeronica airplane
one that Neil Armstrong learned to fly in.
About 5 Aircraft
Brothers Pictures, Videos, Models and Books
Some great shots of his PT-22 and a F4U crashed
in the jungle.
Flyer 1/5 Scale Model
In celebration of the Centennial of Flight, we are
proud to introduce you to this, our finest model ever! Truly museum-quality,
this is a 1/5 scale model of the 1903 Wright Flyer I that made aviation history.
With an 8-foot wingspan and a length over 4 feet, it is not for the casual
enthusiast. Rather, this is for the connoisseur who wants the very best!
Individually hand-built, features of this display piece include a museum-quality
dummy engine with working linkages and turning propeller, hand rigging and metal
turnbuckles, fabric covering, working pilot sling and much more! Perfect for
your home entryway, business lobby... anywhere it can be admired for years to
come! Arrives in two cartons and requires 2-4 hours of assembly. Shipping and
handling of $75 will be added to your order; please allow 6-8 weeks for
to the Webmaster
Camaros for Sale
about the Wright Brothers
Try Some Air Combat where you really fly the aircraft and battle
a friend flying another airplane
by Warren Benjamin Kidder