Overview

Aviation Museum

The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire 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.

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The 1937 Terminal

In 1937, this art deco terminal was a bold architectural statement for rural New Hampshire. Built as one of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects that sprinkled New Hampshire with unique, useful structures and employed hundreds of Granite State residents, the 1937 airport terminal continued in service until the expansion of Manchester Airport in 1995 slated it for demolition.

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Latest News!

To Our Museum Community and the General Public:

Out of an abundance of caution, the Aviation Museum of N.H. will be closed to the public until May 4, 2020.

This decision was made by the Museum's board of directors in support of public health efforts to limit the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19.

We currently aren't aware of any cases of Coronavirus exposure among our visitors, volunteers, or staff. However, board members chose to temporarily close the Aviation Museum to minimize the risk to all in our community as well as the general public.

We plan to resume our regular schedule of public hours Friday May 8, 2020, subject to further evaluation. For updates, check this Web site or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/nhahs

Questions? Please call the Aviation Museum at (603) 669-4820 or e-mail Executive Director Jeff Rapsis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Volunteer

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