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Thank you to Robert Fortnam for sharing his remarkable story detailing his 19 months spent as a POW. The museum's recent interview with Mr. Fortnam was covered by the Concord Monitor. 


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Help us save our state's historic aviation-related buildings, aircraft, photos and other memorabilia by becoming a member of the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire.

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Aviation Museum

The New Hampshire Aviation Museum welcomes everyone with an interest in learning more about New Hampshire's exciting aviation history. The Aviation Museum is New Hampshire's only working museum devoted to aviation history in the Granite State.

What Will I See?

Museum exhibits cover persons, places, events and artifacts related to the aviation history of New Hampshire. The information presented about the pioneering men and women who have represented New Hampshire in the air will take you back in time and might even change the way you think about New Hampshire, especially the contributions our State has made to the aviation history of America and the world.

There are no full size aircraft on exhibit at this time.

Museum Programs

The Museum presents live programs covering aeronautical history and aviation related science. Click here to view a calendar of the events currently planned.

Outreach Program

 The Museum offers an Outreach program, open to all ages, children through adult. Read more about School Outreach here.

Facilities and Special Events

The museum can comfortably accommodate groups of up to 50 people for tours and programs. Dining facilities are not generally available for group visits, although catering may be arranged with prior planning. For information regarding accommodations and catering for special events click here for the Events Brochure.

Admission Fees:


Seniors (60+).....$4.00

Child (12-16),.....$2.50

Child under 12....Free

Family Max........$15.00


NHAHS Members..Free

Veterans Day Program - Saturday, November 14, 2015

Col Robert Fortnam, WWII Veteran, spent 19 months in a German prison camp after his aircraft was shot down. Join us at 11AM for the premier of our recent interview with Col Robert Fortnam. 


December Member Luncheon at Kimball Jenkins Estate - December 5, 2015

Presentation and book signing of "My Shadow" by author, Robert Brun. Presentation begins at 11:00AM.


Santa Claus is coming to the Museum! - Saturday, December 12, 2015

Visit Santa Claus at the Museum at 11:00AM.  Photos with Santa Claus are welcome (bring your camera!), and and hear a story read by Santa himself! Join us for a craft in our classroom following Santa's visit.