October | 2020
"Margaret Mead was right on when she said a small group of dedicated people can make change.  It is certainly true at the Kansas Aviation Museum.  In spite of the pandemic, in spite of nagging facility issues, in spite of the loss of venue rentals and a multiple month shutdown, the staff and volunteers of the Kansas Aviation Museum have made changes, improved the guest experience, refreshed tired exhibits, expanded the gift shop, revamped the kids learning area, revitalized the website, and put together plans for an exciting future...."

Now Booking Holiday Events
Did you know that you can host your next event, BIG or small, at the Kansas Aviation Museum?

Book your holiday event before October 31st and get FREE linens! Some restrictions apply.

Contact Grace to schedule your private tour today!

The expansion project for the engine room is well on its way. Walls have been knocked down, opening up what used to be an archival storage space. We also have new carpeting and seating in the 3rd floor in the Air Capital Theater and future Women of Aviation exhibit! "Like" us on Facebook to follow our progress!
Curator's Corner
Each month, we will include a photo and description of our an archival item that isn't on display! This month, we chose an FAA card that belonged to Olive Ann Beech's Beech A100, or more commonly known as the King Air. Her tail number was always N925B, as it was easy to identify- 925 to commemorate her birthday of September 25th, and B for Beech of course! For more about our archives, click the link below.