Kansas City - Airline History Museum

Airline History Museum

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About Airline History Museum

The Airline History Museum started with the initiative of two aviation fanatics, Larry A. Brown and Dick McMahon. The museum was established in 1986 and was previously known as Save-A-Connie. The museum has five aircraft on display, with one plane under restoration and two planes in good working conditions.

201 NW Lou Holland Dr, Kansas City, MO, 64116
W-Sa : 5 pm - 11 pm


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  • 4Children (12-17)
  • 5Active Military (0-99)
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