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CAROLINAS HISTORIC AVIATION MUSEUM

4108 Minuteman Way, 704/359-8442, www.carolinasaviation. org

HOURS: Tues.-Fri. 10 A.M.-4 P.M., Sat. 10 A.M.-5 P.M., Sun. 1-5 P.M. (aircraft restored on Tues. and Thurs.)

COST: $8 adults, $5 children 5-18 and seniors (65+), free for children 6 and under and active-duty military personnel with valid ID

It makes sense for an aviation museum to be located at the airport, but this out-of-the-way spot also means that the museum is often overlooked. The museum is housed in the former Southern Airways hangar, built in 1936. The hangar was scheduled for demolition in 1991, but the Carolinas Historic Aviation Committee was formed at that time and stepped in to save the hangar and preserve a piece of local aviation history. It’s filled with a collection of 50 aircraft, many of which are historically significant in the development of local aviation. The collection includes a 1903 Wright glider, D-558 Skystreak, PT-17 Kaydet, and a CH-46 Sea Knight. The museum has a goal of acquiring 50 additional aircraft over the next decade to become the premier aviation museum between Washington, D.C., and Georgia. The small museum also has a viewing platform to watch planes take off and land at Charlotte Douglas International Airport and an interactive cockpit from a KC 97 aircraft.

There is no shuttle to the museum and it is too far to walk from the terminal; visitors must drive or take a taxi to the museum entrance.

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