National Airline Museum

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  • Address: 201 NW Lou Holland Dr, Kansas City, MO 64116, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8164213401
  • Ticket Price: 8 USD
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museums

This museum was founded in 1986 by aviation enthusiasts Larry A. Brown and Dick McMahon. The National Airline Museum was previously known as Save-A-Conie. Boasting five aircrafts out of which two are in flying condition, a corporate mock-up is also on display.

Attractions include:

  • Martin 4-0-4
  • Douglas DC-3
  • Lockheed Super "G" Constellation
  • TWA's corporate "Moonliner II" replica
  • Lockheed L-1011 Tristar
  • Lockheed L-1011 Tristar Simulator
  • Lockheed L-1011 Tristar Cockpit Procedures Trainer
  • General purpose simulator

National Airline Museum Travel Tips

  • Wheel-chair accessible.
  • Guided tours and group visits are arranged.

Entrance Ticket Details For National Airline Museum

  • Seniors (65+)-  5 USD.
  • Active US Military Personnel- 5 USD.
  • Age 13 to 17- 4 USD.
  • Age 0 to 12- Free.
  • Group Rates  (20 or more): Age 6 to 17- $4; Age 18- $6.

National Airline Museum Hours

Walk-in Tours are available from 10:00 AM to 03:00 PM.

How to Reach National Airline Museum

  • Car

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  • National Airline Museum Address: 201 NW Lou Holland Dr, Kansas City, MO 64116, United States
  • National Airline Museum Contact Number: +1-8164213401
  • National Airline Museum Timing: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • National Airline Museum Price: 8 USD
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  • 12.89% of people who visit Kansas City include National Airline Museum in their plan

  • 58.82% of people start their National Airline Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see National Airline Museum

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting National Airline Museum

People normally club together River Market and 18th And Vine Downtown East while planning their visit to National Airline Museum.

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National Airline Museum Reviews & Ratings

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  • We visited on a free kid's day and were welcome at no charge. That was the highlight. This is essentially a junk yard of past TWA items. While there is some interesting items, they're worth paying to see. Unless you're into aviation history, I'd pass on this one.

  • Very inexpensive. Great museum wonderful staff. Really enjoyed the tour. You are not supposed to sit or touch much of anything on planes so you have to be mindful of you bring kids. Honestly, if they do everything is covered in plastic so it's safe. Definitely worth a trip.

  • Good museum for learning about passenger aviation in the 1940s-1960s era. It was really interesting to walk aboard the two planes and compare them to the air-travel experience of today. I also enjoyed the gallery with the old uniforms, photos, and other artifacts. The tour guide was very knowledgeable but focused perhaps a bit too heavily on technical details. The admission is supposed to be $8 for adults but we were charged $10 each.

  • Great place to visit when coming to Kansas City, a great place to visit if you like history, airplanes, and tech, a great place to come down to. Great learning opportunities to.

  • Finally got a chance to check this museum out. It is so much more than what I thought it was going to be! The history that just exudes from the entire hangar, let alone the wonderful aircraft they have... This place is absolutely unappreciated and should not be missed. Our guide was very friendly, knowledgeable and was just the right amount of tell you about things and let you check it out yourself. Support this museum, these are the kinds of places that are few and far between these days.

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