Mid-America Air Museum

2000 W. 2nd St., Liberal, KS 67901 - United States

620-624-5263

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The Mid-America Air Museum is the premier aviation museum in Kansas and one of the largest in the Untied States. It is home to over 100 aircraft.

Liberal was once home to a B-24 Liberator pilot training base during World War II. Liberal Army Airfield was active for three years, and then it became the Liberal Airfield and eventually the Mid-America Regional Airport. In the 1970's, Beechcraft operated a single-engine factory, where they manufactured general aviation aircraft. After Beechcraft closed their Liberal facility, the Mid-America Air Museum was established to preserve local and national aviation heritage.

The museum has over 100 aircraft and 80,000 square feet of exhibits. Our collection spans over 90 years of aircraft design and development.

Exhibits

Saturday from 9am-11am will we have an Open Cockpit event with 2 of our trainers, the PT-19 Cornell and BT-13 Valiant. Also, our new B-24 mural is finished and our Liberal Army Air Field exhibit should be completed.

We will have 75% off select items in the gift shop.

Location

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