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Fort Worth Aviation Museum Event. Aviation Day
August 20th 2023. Join us on August 20th to celebrate National Aviation Day! At the Fort Worth Aviation Museum we always invite you to get up close and explore our collection of aircraft, but on National Aviation Day we will be offering open cockpits, games, prizes, raffles, snow cones, special photo opportunities, and more!
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01-02-2023
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Hops and Props Beerfest at the Fort Worth Aviation Museum
April 29th 2023. Hops and Props is our annual craft beer tasting festival. We feature local brewers, live music, food, family-friendly vendors, airplane rides, games, activities, and fun. This is our annual in-person fundraiser.
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31-01-2023
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Fort Worth Aviation Museum Event. Car Show
March 19th 2023. Break out your Girbaud jeans, Stussy shirts, Aquanet, and Drakkar noir. Park your RAD vehicle among some of the coolest fighter jets for a one-of-a-kind photo opportunity.
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31-01-2023
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Fort Worth Aviation Museum Event.
February 18th 2023. Are you interested in aviation, working on airplanes, or sharing war stories?Fort Worth Aviation Museum is looking for enthusiastic volunteers! Volunteers greet guests, work in the museum store, or conduct guided tours! Help with collection management or restoration of our 31 static aircraft.
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31-01-2023
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The Museum will be open at 10:30 am until 5:00 pm every weekend from 1 April 2022 until the 30 October 2022.We are open on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and every UK Bank Holiday Monday. Last entry to the museum is at 4:15 pm.
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
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£4.00
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Location:
Carlisle
England
Cumbria
Europe
North West
United Kingdom
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The Museum will be open at 10:30 am until 5:00 pm every weekend from 1 April 2022 until the 30 October 2022.We are open on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and every UK Bank Holiday Monday. Last entry to the museum is at 4:15 pm.
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
Price:
£4.00
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Location:
Carlisle
England
Cumbria
Europe
North West
United Kingdom
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The Museum will be open at 10:30 am until 5:00 pm every weekend from 1 April 2022 until the 30 October 2022.We are open on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and every UK Bank Holiday Monday. Last entry to the museum is at 4:15 pm.
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
Price:
£15.00
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Location:
Carlisle
England
Cumbria
Europe
North West
United Kingdom
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The Museum will be open at 10:30 am until 5:00 pm every weekend from 1 April 2022 until the 30 October 2022.We are open on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and every UK Bank Holiday Monday. Last entry to the museum is at 4:15 pm.
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
Price:
£6.00
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Location:
Carlisle
England
Cumbria
Europe
North West
United Kingdom
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Entrance Ticket to The Finnish Aviation Museum, Children (under 7 years)
Entrance ticket to Suomen Ilmailumuseo - The Finnish Aviation Museum. Please ensure you print your ticket before you visit.
Last Updated:
15-03-2022
Price:
6.00
Location:
Helsinki
Europe
Finland
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Entrance Ticket to The Finnish Aviation Museum, Family Ticket (2+3)
Entrance ticket to Suomen Ilmailumuseo - The Finnish Aviation Museum. Please ensure you print your ticket before you visit.
Last Updated:
15-03-2022
Price:
30.00
Location:
Helsinki
Europe
Finland
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Aviation Museums can vary in size, from just a few artefacts to a whole range of aircraft from various time periods. They can be privately-owned, government-run or charity-run by a group of volunteers. The great thing with aviation museums that have actual aircraft (as opposed to aircraft models and other artefacts), is that there’s always a story behind each  aircraft on display. Take the Spitfire, at The Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum. On first glance, it may just look like another aircraft. But consider that over 20,000 Spitfires were manufactured between 1936-1948. As of 2021 it’s estimated that only around 240 are still in existence. The Spitfire at the museum is therefore one of only 1.2% of Spitfires that were built, still in existence. That makes it pretty rare! The aircraft even has a story, having entered service at RAF Linton-on-Ouse in North Yorkshire, an airbase with close links to the AvPay team. It then went on to operate initially against road and rail targets throughout Holland and Germany, before being damaged in an undercarriage-related landing mishap. Once being repaired, the aircraft operated out of Diepholz in Germany, where it’s reported to have been responsible for the downing of several German aircraft, including a Messerschmitt BF109, Heinkel 111 and a Focke Wulf FW 190. Now consider the hundreds of aviation museums there are throughout the world and the thousands of stories behind each aircraft, that are waiting to be discovered! Find museums in your area with the AvPay Aviation Museum Directory.