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The Aviation Museum offers a School Outreach program, open to students of all ages. Let us bring our educational and fun programming to YOU!

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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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Must-see TV!

Thanks to Erin Fehlau and the crew at New Hampshire Chronicle for the segment on our student plane-building project that aired on Tuesday, Jan. 7. If you missed it, here's a link to it online: CLICK HERE. We could use your support! To learn more about our hands-on plane-building partnership with the Manchester School of Technology, and to find out how you can help, read on! 

 Museum Bringing VAN's RV-12iS Build Program To Manchester Schools

The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, along with the Manchester School of Technology and Tango Flight, is developing a program in which a team of high school students will build and complete an actual flyable airplane during the 2019-20 school year, and then another aircraft each school year following that.

RV-12iSIn a rapidly changing global economy, it's important that education provides young people with the tools, training, and ability to think creatively and to innovate. For students at the Manchester School of Technology, the experience of building an actual flyable airplane will provide a unique capstone project — one that takes STEM-related disciplines such as math, science, and engineering out of the classroom and into the practical realities of the workshop.  The Aviation Museum's student plane-build partnership with the Manchester School of Technology and Tango Flight will involve the community in supporting STEM-related projects to prepare young people for tomorrow. It allows everyone to work together in an exciting, challenging, and possibly life-changing way. FOR MORE INFO CONTACT JEFF RAPSIS: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire  Welcomes You!

Our mission is to preserve New Hampshire aviation history through dynamic and hands-on exhibits and programs. We engage the public through learning opportunities in aviation science and technology. The museum offers a unique cultural experience, that inspires aviation enthusiasm in people of all ages. 

Hours & Admission 

Friday and Saturday – 10 am to 4 pm; Sunday – 1 pm to 4 pm

Admission information here.

 

Lodging 

 

The Aviation Museum of NH is pleased to recommend The Sleep Inn, Londonderry, NH as a Preferred hotel.  If the Aviation Museum of NH is mentioned at the time of booking, our visitors receive a special discount. For more information, read  more on our website here

 

Rent for Your Event!

The facilities at the Aviation Museum of NH is a unique venue, perfect for your next function, meeting or party.
 

Group Tours and School Outreach Program

Open other days & times for groups and special events.  Please call to make arrangements for your group tour, or if your school would like to schedule us to come to you! Read more about Outreach here.

 

Directions

27 Navigator Road (re-named from 13 East Perimeter Road), Londonderry, NH (east side of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport).  Click here for a map and directions to the Museum.  

 

Screening of new 'Ice Eagles' documentary

Thursday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m.: Antarctica is the most extreme environment on earth. That reality has confronted every American aviation team since the first Byrd Antarctic Expedition in 1928-30. 'Ice Eagles' is the story of flying in this extreme environment, back then and through to the current day: a stunning look at U.S. military aviation operating under incredible cold weather adversity. Introduced LIVE by director Tom Henderson, a veteran with two tours of duty in Antarctica, who will visit the Aviation Museum to discuss his film, flying at the "bottom of the world," and answer questions about his work. Museum admission of $10 per person.