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! Education Coordinator Job Opening !

JOB OPENING: Dynamic and exciting Aviation Museum seeks the right person to take its aviation outreach and STEM-related education programs to new heights. Sound interesting? Read on!  CLICK HERE!

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Museum and Manchester School of Technology

RV-12iS Student Build Project

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Recent spectacular donations to the Aviation Museum of N.H.

On Nov. 30, 1954, a Northeast Airlines DC-3 on approach to Berlin, N.H. crashed near the summit of snowbound Mt. Success. Two died, and five survivors were forced to spend two nights in sub-zero conditions without food before the downed plane could be found, prompting their rescue.  READ MORE!

AmazonSmile

When you shop via AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of eligible purchases to the Aviation Museum of NH!

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WWII veteran's time as a POW preserved in a video

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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School Outreach Program

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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Experience New Hampshire Heritage

The Aviation Museum of NH recently joined the New Hampshire Heritage Trail.

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Latest Newsletter

We publish a quarterly newsletter, The Aeronaut, which contains information regarding NHAHS, Museum events, fundraising activities, member opportunities, and lots more. All members receive The Aeronaut as a benefit of membership.

Below is our Winter 2016-17  newsletter available for you to download and read (in PDF format). Become a member and receive this valuable publication automatically!

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Our Logo

new logoThe Gee Bee Model A Sport Plane (pictured on our logo) was the first plane built by the Granville brothers of Madison, New Hampshire in Boston, Massachusetts. They built nine in Springfield, Massachusetts followed by a series of sportsters (monoplanes) and finally leading to the famous Gee Bee supersportster racers, one of which established a new world land-air speed record. It was flown by James Doolittle. Click here to read more about the Gee Bees.

Volunteer

We are seeking volunteers!

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