Frontiers of Flight Museum

6911 Lemmon Avenue, Dallas, TX 75209 - United States

214-350-3600

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Frontiers of Flight Museum

Museum Day Hours of Operation: 10:00 am ‐ 5:00 pm

The Frontiers of Flight Museum is located on the southeast corner of Dallas Love Field Airport at 6911 Lemmon Avenue (at University) in Dallas, Texas. Over 30 aircraft and space vehicles are on display, including one-of-a-kind artifacts such as the Command Module from the Apollo VII space mission and the only Moon rock on display in north Texas. Comprehensive and engaging exhibits complement a wide range of structured educational programs and informal activities that validate the Museum’s reputation as a significant community educational resource. For more information, call (214) 350-1651 or visit www.flightmuseum.com.

Exhibits

Again this year, the Museum joins with Women in Aviation International (WAI) to present “Girls in Aviation Day.” WAI will present a variety of interactive experiences for our visitors, including cutout helicopters, the phonetic alphabet, an aviation scavenger hunt, “build and fly” foam gliders, and a photo station where you can dress like an aviator and post your picture. Also, join us in the Hamilton Family Auditorium at 11:30 a.m. as WAI presents an aviation career panel discussion featuring panel members with a wide range of experience in the aviation industry. The Museum’s Education Department will also have engaging activities for all ages. If you’re not already a Museum member, you can buy a family membership at a reduced rate during Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Live!

This venue will accept your Museum Day Live! ticket on the screen of your smartphone and in person.

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