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A List of Texas Airplane Museums. 
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A List of Airplane Museums in Texas.

Texas is nicknamed  the Lone Star State.  The population of Texas is 17, 060,000 people, number 3 of the 50 states, its capital is Austin and its largest city is Houston.  The land area of Texas is 261, 914 square miles, number 2 of the 50 states, and its highest point is Guadeloupe Peak which is 8,749 feet high.  Texas is filled with airplane museums and military museums making this state a great source for Aviation and American history.  Some major cities in Texas are Abilene, Amarillo, Arlington, Austin, Beaumont, Brownsville,  Corpus Christi, Dallas,  El Paso and many more. 

Texas es apodado el Lone Star State. La poblacin de Texas es de 17, 060.000 personas, el nmero 3 de los 50 estados, su capital es Austin y su ciudad ms grande es Houston. El rea de tierra de Texas es 261, 914 kilmetros cuadrados, el nmero 2 de los 50 estados, y su punto ms alto es Pico de Guadalupe que es 8.749 metros de altura. Texas est lleno de museos y museos avin militar haciendo de este estado una gran fuente para la aviacin y la historia de Amrica. Algunas ciudades importantes de Texas estn Abilene, Amarillo, Arlington, Austin, Beaumont, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso y muchos ms.

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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 notice.
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4601 Highway 360 & FAA Road 
    Ft. Worth, Tx.  75261 
    ph.  817 967-1560 
Take a flight through American  Airlines history!  This is a museum sixty years in the making!  Displayed are hundreds of historical artifact, photographs, full-scale aircraft engines, and a rare Douglas DC-3 airliner.  Interactive exhibits entice participation of all age groups.   An enormous
    IWERKS theater presents American and airline enthusiasts of all kinds.  The museum is    conveniently located three miles south of D-FW Airport.
Information Compliments of William E. Stevens
About 4 Aircraft


Product Description
Many examples of aircraft that saw service in the various armed forces of the United States are currently being restored to flying status or preserved in museums in the state of Texas. Some of them have significant war records, and a few are currently standing as gate guardians outside their former airbases. These Warbirds are a permanent part of our modern history, and they deserve to be remarked upon and remembered.
This handbook provides a simple checklist of where the surviving military aircraft in Texas are located now, along with a few photographs and a brief history of their service in the US military. This book should spark your interest in some of the military aviation history that can be found in this warm and friendly state on America s Gulf Coast. Texas Warbird Survivors is specifically intended to provide a where are they guide for residents and visitors to Texas who are interested in its rich resources of historical military aircraft. Contact numbers are provided for the museums, should you be interested in learning more about each aircraft. Perhaps you will then choose to visit these museums in order to appreciate the rich resources of aviation heritage preserved on your behalf.
About the Author
Major Harold Skaarup is an Army officer with extensive service overseas. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art with NSCAD, and a Master's Degree in War Studies from the Royal Military College in Canada. He enjoys skydiving, SCUBA diving and white water rafting with his sons, Jonathan and Sean.
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 Brooks Heritage Foundation
8081 Inner Circle Road (building 671)
Brooks City-Base, Texas 78235
P.O. Box 35362
210 536-2203
Info thanks to Pat Carry
About 2 Aircraft



      Alliance Air show   (ph. 817-551-1967) 
      NAS Ft. Worth Air show (ph.  817-782-5593) 
      Fina Dallas Air show (ph.  214-350-3600) 
      Frontiers Of Flight Museum (ph. 214-350-3600) 
      Experimental Aircraft Association Air show  (ph.  414-426-4800) 
      Aero Club of Texas (ph.  817-282-5274) 

      Rolls Royce/American Airlines Aviation Lecture Series (ph.  817-967-5995)
Information Compliments of William E. Stevens
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 CAF Airpower Heritage Museum
Formerly the Commemorative Air Force Museum
Midland, TX
Information compliments of  David Hidinger
Updates thanks to Pat Carry
About 55 Aircraft


Cavanaugh Flight museum 
    Addison Airport
    4572 Claire Chennault
    Dallas, TX.  75248
    ph. 972 380-8800
located at Addison Airport, Addison, Texas, a suburb north of Dallas. they have many flying WW2 aircraft there. A Spitfire, and ME109, a Navy Torpedo Bomber like Bush flew, PT Stearman, PT-21, AT6 Texan, P-51 Mustang, One of the finest collections of vintage Warbirds in the U.S.  From WWI through Vietnam, the aircraft on display cover the gamut.  A 125 mph Sopwith Camel is only a hanger away from a 1,350 mph Russian MIG-21.  Everything is maintained in mint, flyable condition.
Information Compliments of Harry Breysacher
More Aircraft than Listed Here

 Corpus Christi Museum of Science & Industry 
1900 N. Chaparral 
Corpus Christi, TX 78401 
512 833-2862 
About 2 Aircraft

    Lancaster Airport, TX. 
    Between I-45 & I-35E on Beltline
    ph. 972 617-7707 or 972 227-9119

Local Wing of the world-famous Confederate Air Force, now renamed to the Commemorative Air Force.   Numerous original flyable WWII aircraft on display  along with a sizable collection of memorabilia and artifacts.  The aircraft on display are constantly changing as a result of transients that pass through from other Commemorative Air Force Wings.  Open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Admission is 1.

Information compliments of William E. Stevens
Lots of Aircraft

  Dyess Linear Air Park 
Dyess Air Force Base, TX.79607 
915 696-2196 
About 25 Aircraft


 Frontiers of Flight Museum 
Love Field Terminal Lobby 
    2nd Floor , LB18 
    Dallas, TX.  75235 
    ph.  214 350-1651 
A truly superb memorabilia and  photography collection depicting all aspects of aviation from pre Wright aeronautics to the present.
Updates Thanks to Pat Carry
Lots of interesting artifacts of aviation history

   Hangar 10 Flying Museum
 1945 Matt Wright Ln. 
 Denton, TX. 76207 
 940 565-1945 
Located at Denton Municipal Airport
Info thanks to Dirk Edmonds
About 11 Aircraft

Hanger 25 Air Museum
1911 Apron Drive  
Big Spring, Texas 79721
432 264-1999
Information compliments of  David Hidinger
Updates thanks to Pat Carry
About 5 Aircraft


   Historic Aviation Memorial Museum
Pounds Regional Airport
Tyler, TX. 
150 Airport Drive
Tyler, Texas 75704
Info Thanks to Mike Burke
We have  exhibit areas and a hangar for restoration and display of aircraft engines and aircraft we currently have an FJ-4 Fury in process of static  restoration, and the following flying aircraft: Mig-17F, F-86D Sabre, L-29 Delfin, A-4 Skyhawk, T-33 Shooting Star, and a Polish Iskara jet

   History and Traditions Museum 
Lackland Air Force Base 
San Antonio, TX 78236 
512 671-3444 
About 50 Aircraft

  Lone Star Flight Museum 
2002 Terminal Dr.
Galveston, TX 77554
409 740-7722
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3099, Galveston, TX 77552-0099

Check on their Warbird Flight Experiences

Info from Roger Wright

About 20 Aircraft

National WASP WWII Museum
P.O. Box 456/ 210 Loop 170
Sweetwater , Texas 79556

Woman's Air Force Service Pilots of WWII


 NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center 
Public Services Branch, AP4 
Houston, TX 77058 
About 5 Spacecraft

   National Museum of the Pacific War
340 E. Main St. 
Fredericksburg, TX.78624 
Info thanks to Pat Carry
About 4 Aircraft


    Ft. Worth, TX. 
    ph.  817 782-5593
 Base access is, at times, restricted, so it is recommended that a phone call be made to verify status before visiting.  Admission is free.
Information compliments of William E. Stevens
About 15 Aircraft

 OV-10 Bronco Museum
505 NW 38th Street, Suite 10, Hangar 33s 
Fort Worth, TX 76106 
(800) 575-0535 
(This is the same facility as the Vintage Flying Museum)
Information thanks to Merlin
About ? Aircraft

 Pioneer Flight Museum
190 Pershing Lane
Kingsbury, TX. 78638
Currently Flying Fokker DR1 with rotary engine,
Currently Flying Curtiss  Canuck/Jenny with OX-5 engine
Currently Flying Piper Cub
Currently Flying Luscombe
Currently Flying Meyers OTW
Great Lakes
Rearwin Sportster
Bleriot 1909
Fokker DVII
2 Thomas Morse Scouts
Curtiss Junior (1931)
Pietenpol Sky Scout  (model A engine)
3 running Model T's
Running 1917 Nash Quad
1917 Indian Motorcycle
1909 Thor IV Motorcycle
Standard J-1, Ken Royce, Se-5a, Bristol F2B projects
Numerous Vintage Engines  (not yet orgainized)
Information thanks to Al Sumrail
About 18 Aircraft

 Silent Wings Museum 
6202 N. I-27
Lubbock, TX. 79403
About ? Aircraft

    505 N. W. 38th St. 
    Hangar 33s 
    Meacham Airport 
    Ft. Worth, TX.  76106 
    ph.  817 624-1935 
A newly formed collection of flyable  military aircraft and hangared with the Vintage Flying Museum, it contains an assortment of jet fighters and trainers.   Among these are a  rare British Hawker Hunter and several Canadian versions of the North American F-86.   Open Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.   Memberships are available.  Admission is free.   Donations are welcome!
About 12 Aircraft

  Texas Air & Space Museum
10001 American Dr.
Amarillo, TX 791111213
T34 Mentor, Bell 47 MASH helicopter, T33A Shooting Star, DC3, Lockheed Jetstar, P51D Mustang, C7A Caribou, Grumman Gulfstream II, C11A Shuttle Training Aircraft, Bobby Speed 'Beercat' Reno Racer.
For more information, contact: Richard Warner at
Information Thanks to Richard Warner.
About 10 Aircraft plus lots of other stuff


  Texas Air Museum
12102 FM 400-CR 34 
Slaton, Texas 79363 
 (806) 828-4664
F4S, F-105D, F-14, A-7B, T-33 ,T-2B, HS04, T-6G, AT-19, PT-17, BC-12D, Bf-109F, Lancair 320, C-150, DH-104,  Plus half-tracks, jeeps, APC,M-29,M-4 and a Type 95 Japanese Cannon (believed to be the only one in existence).
Open Saturdays 9-4 and other times by request. Admission is 3.00 for adults, kids free. 
Information Provided by Frank Horne
Updates thanks to Pat Carry
About 15 Aircraft plus lots of other stuff

  Texas Air Museum
Stinson Field 
8406 Cadmus
San Antonio, TX 78214
Phone: (210) 977- 9885
Fax: (210) 927- 4447 .

The Texas Air Museum, with its three locations, at Rio Hondo in the Rio Grande Valley near Harlingen; at Slaton, near Lubbock; and at Stinson Field in San Antonio, presents the history of flight from the early days of aviation to the present. Here you will see some of the world's rarest aircraft, including the largest exhibit anywhere of scarce German Focke-Wulf FW-190's

Info thanks to Larry Stewart
Updates thanks to Pat Carry
About 15 Aircraft plus lots of other stuff

    Eugene McDermott Library 
    2901 N. Floyd Road 
    UT Dallas, TX.  75083-0643 
    ph.  972 883-2570 
One of the world's finest aerospace reference libraries. 
Now consisting of over 30,000  volumes, several hundred-thousand periodicals, and hundreds of thousands of  photographs covering the entire spectrum of flight from pre-Wright Aeronautica to the  present.  WWI aviation section is possibly without peer in the world.
Information thanks to William E. Stevens
About 12 Aircraft

U. S. S. Lexington Aircraft Carrier Museum 
on the Bay in Corpus Christi, Texas  - U. S. S. Lexington Aircraft Carrier Museum 
on the Bay in Corpus Christi, Texas 
The retired USS LEXINGTON (CVT-16), ESSEX Class aircraft carrier
moored in Corpus Christi, TX, with display aircraft onboard.
Information thanks to William E. Stevens
About 12 Aircraft


Veterans Memorial Air Park 
3300 Ross Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76106
Mailing Address:  PO Box 161966, Fort Worth, TX. 76161
Information thanks to Jim Hodgson
About 8 Aircraft


    505 N.W. 38th St. 
    Hangar 33 South 
    Meacham Airport 
    Ft. Worth, TX.  76106 
    ph.  817 624-1935

As a designated FAA  Aviation Education Resource Center, education materials for all ages are available.  Call for information about education programs and Big Band Hanger Dances.  Open Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.  Weekday and group tours by appointment. 
    Excellent gift shop.  3.

Information thanks to William E. Stevens
Updates thanks to Pat Carry
About 20 Aircraft




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  LB06  Sir, this letter may be of no interest to you, but just in case I thought I would give it a try. The picture, I have attached, was made  around 1937. The boy was 17 years old at that time, and the model was a winner at some contest held in Dallas, TX. The young man was  my brother who died in WW 2 after landing his B-25 on water near the Celebes Islands (Pacific). With this plane, he won a trophy, a model airplane motor, and a trip to Chicago. His life was airplanes. We were raised in Arkansas (Arkadelphia) where he was the first to complete the  civil aeronautical training program offered there. Growing up, I remember the tiny pieces of balsa wood and glue he used to hold the parts  together, first held with very tiny pins until the glue was dry. I ran across your site, because I often go back in my mind to Arkansas and the  sites I can find about "home". Yours made me think of L.B. and his love for models. If you should care to answer this letter, I would be  delighted, and if not I understand that you are very busy person and don't worry about it. My name is Ann Walker and I live in Conroe, TX. I  am 73 years old. My brother's name was L.B. Bardwell, Jr. Had he lived, he would now be 82. Thanks, in any case, for reading this and  letting me bend your ear for a little while. 

Ann Walker
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