Air museum honors iconic Troy-based aircraft company with continually upgraded collection and displays inside several historic buildings
About This Deal
- Annual Family Membership includes free admission any time for a family of four and the quarterly newsletter The WACO Word
- Visitors can watch airplanes dashing through the sky or take a thrilling biplane ride
- Free admission for children under four
- Standard admission does not include special events. Click here for a list of valid dates.
About Waco Air Museum
Stretched across 77 acres, the Waco airfield launched in 1997 on the wings of the Waco Historical Society, a nonprofit organization on a mission to tote the Golden Age of Flight safely into the future. Today, continual upgrades and improvements, plus countless hours from volunteers, have packed the site with more information than ever before. Vintage Waco aircraft, displays, and the history of the Waco company pilot museum visitors through time inside the museum hangar, which joins forces with other buildings—such as a 150-year-old barn¬—to bridge the past and the present. An onsite gift shop stocked with mementos helps soup up memorabilia collections, and, instead of trying to squeeze information from the museum's tightlipped biplanes, visitors can attend the historical society's lectures and workshops throughout the year for extra doses of education.