The Mid-Atlantic Aviation Museum is not just about airplanes, it is the story of productivity, perseverance, patriotism, and above all, the people created the ideas and followed through to success. From the first manned balloon flight in Philadelphia in the 18th century, to the space age, Mid-Atlantic Aviation is the story of men and women, manufacturers, inventors, pioneers of commercial aviation,and aviation heroes. Interpretation reflects not only the history of the object itself, but also the evolution of technology and the cultural environment in which it was used. The World War II Weekend, The Gathering of the Warbirds, is the largest of it’s kind in the nation.
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Thursday + Saturday: 9:30AM – 4:00PM
Closed Sunday, Friday and major holidays.