The complex is home to three museums, each curating specific aspects of aviation history in North Texas
About This Deal
- Free admission for children under 6
- $2 admission for kids and teenagers aged 6-16
- Free Wifi
- Free tour guides
About Fort Worth Aviation Museum
The Fort Worth Aviation Museum is a family friendly museum that strives to inspire young people and educate our local community to the rich aviation history of North Texas. The museum includes the B-36 Peacemaker Museum, which tells the story of B-36 Peacemaker and Air Force Plant #4, as well as the Forward Air Controllers Museum, which tells the history of forward air control and close air support from 1794 to present with an emphasis on the North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco and its community.
Size: There are 27 aircrafts from 1943 to present on display in the space surrounding the museums, an area known as the "petting zoo."
Highlight: Aviation history of North Texas predominately focused on the period between 1911 to present.
Don't Miss: The T-38 Cockpit Simulator and other flight simulators. Also be sure to check out the Navy FA-18 "Blue Angel" Hornet.