Where Houston's aviation history comes alive!
A visit to the Museum also affords a front row vantage point to Hobby Airport's diverse airport operations. Between airline traffic, business aviation and frequent fixed wing and rotary wing general aviation traffic, the Museum has an air show every day. The entire ground floor of the historic Terminal is occupied by the Museum. The restoration of the upper floors, including the observation decks and the tower cab, is pending. Our campus has expanded to include the recently restored 1928 Carter Field Airmail Hangar.
We are located at 8325 Travelair Street, Houston, Texas 77061, on the west side of Hobby Airport, just east of Telephone Road. The Museum is open 10-5 Tuesday through Saturday, and 1-5 on Sunday afternoons. Regular admission is $5 for adults and $3 for kids ages 12-5. Kids 4 and under are free. The Museum also offers free admission for Museum Members, active duty members of the military, law enforcement and fire fighters.
The Terminal and Hangar are being restored and operated by the Houston Aeronautical Heritage Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Historic Air Terminal partners with Local Artist to Showcase History in a New Way
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Amy Rogers – Executive DirectorPhone: (713) 454-1940 or (281) 806-8794Email: email@example.com Historic Air Terminal partners with Local Artist to Showcase History in a New Way GONZO247 joins forces with the 1940 Air Terminal Museum to paint a 1969 airplane Houston, TX – The 1940 Air Terminal Museum at Hobby Airport will partner with […]
Museum closed on Saturday
The museum will be closed on Saturday April 27 for a private event. If you are looking for a unique venue for your event, check out the private events section of our website for all the details. http://www.1940airterminal.org/events/private/
April 23, 2019 On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Houston Aeronautical Heritage Society, it is with genuine sadness we report we have lost a dear friend. Jeff Weiss, a lifetime museum member, a major benefactor, ardent supporter and former board member has gone west. Jeff was a philanthropist whose patronage of the […]
The museum is raffling this vintage 1974 Beech Sundowner as a fundraiser. Raffle tickets for the fundraising contest are available for $50 each starting on Monday January 14, 2019, and no more than 2,500 tickets will be sold. Click the image of the plane below to get your tickets!
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