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3350 S. George Washington Blvd, Wichita

Single-Day Admission for One, Two or Four, or One-Year Crew Membership at Kansas Aviation Museum (Up to 59% Off)

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Visitors will discover how Wichita became the Air Capital of the World while walking through the original air terminal for Wichita

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Teresa
4 ratings1 reviews
November 15, 2020
So interesting and a must see In Wichita!
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SusanTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
221 ratings199 reviews
September 26, 2020
We found it very interesting, informative & fascinating! It was like taking a step back in time to get a sense of what commercial air travel was like when this building was built. The architecture & decor of the building are equally beautiful. We enjoyed going into the old control tower. Very fun outing, especially if you're an aviation history enthusiast.
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Shelley
2 ratings1 reviews
September 12, 2020
We had a great experience! We had a group of teenagers and adults and we all enjoyed our time there.
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Luci
1 ratings1 reviews
September 9, 2020
Plenty to read about! Met the guy named Rip in the parking lot, bought his book. For me, being curious in aviation, but haven't been able to, you know, touch and walk underneath planes - it was a cool experience just to have that simple one on one with the planes. It's amazing how big some of them were, but knowing that there's much bigger planes out there in the world - woah. Staff was nice as well. The museum is working on a new big display - definitely interested in it and awaiting the opening of that section!
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Judith
3 ratings1 reviews
August 24, 2020
Very nice. Grandson was over the top with all the airplanes !!
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Katie
2 ratings1 reviews
March 12, 2020
So many things to see! This is definitely a must-see for aviation enthusiasts. Exhibits are available for all ages.
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Millon
6 ratings2 reviews
March 8, 2020
Nice museum
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KathleenTOP REVIEWER
18 ratings13 reviews
September 9, 2020
When they told me on the phone that they had 3 floors I thought there would be a lot to see. This was not the case. And when I called they didn't tell me that they were closing at 4 for a wedding. So we kind of had to rush thru. We were lucky that the weather was good enough to go outside to the big planes.
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About This Deal

  • What’s included in the Crew Membership:
    • Free admission for two adults and all their children and/or grandchildren for one year
    • Two member cards
    • 20% off venue rentals
    • 25% off all museum store purchases
    • One KAM patch
    • Unlimited additional tickets for $6 each
  • Free admission for children 3 and under; $6 admission for children 4–12
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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 25 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Kansas Aviation Museum

The main goal of Kansas Aviation Museum is to inspire and preserve a community drawn together by its love of aviation, to commemorate how Wichita and Kansas helped shape aerospace development, and provide education that not only celebrates the past but encourages the future for aviation. Built within the 1935 art-deco-styled Wichita Municipal Airport, the museum houses an eclectic array of historic aircraft and artifacts. The museum had on display of more than a dozen aircraft in its ramp as well as inside, including the Boeing B-52 Stratofortress, and a rare Beech Starship, the first all composite aircraft. Aviation enthusiasts can study their evolution, from the earliest aircraft engines all the way to the latest jet turbines; inspect an Allison J-35 off a 1948 Republic F-84C Thunderjet or marvel at the museum's oldest engine, a pre-WWI four-cylinder Kemp. There is also an exciting place for children young and old in the Boeing: Science, History, and Math Learning Center complete with computer simulators, steam activities as well as the Lattner Hangar with an indoor playset, books, and much more!