Welcome to the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire!
We’re glad you’re visiting us online—and hope you’ll visit us in person!
The Aviation Museum of N.H. is a non-profit organization located Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
Our specific address is 27 Navigator Road, Londonderry, NH 03053. Our phone number is (603) 669-4820.
Our building includes the airfield’s 1937 passenger terminal plus the Slusser Aviation Learning Center, which was added in 2011.
We welcome all visitors interested in exploring the magic and the science of aviation and aerospace, two fields which are crucial to our region’s economy.
Our role is to use yesterday’s great achieves to inspire today’s young people to become tomorrow’s aviation pioneers and aerospace innovators.
You’ll see that reflected in our Mission and Vision Statements:
Mission Statement: To preserve New Hampshire’s rich aviation heritage and inspire today’s youth to become tomorrow’s aerospace pioneers.
Vision Statement: To be the region’s leading resource and advocate for local aviation history, preservation, exhibits, and education.
To carry out our mission, the Aviation Museum maintains an archive and collection of aviation-related materials, including artifacts, books, papers, photographs, and more.
For more information about our archive and collection, visit the “Collection” area of our site.
We also operate a robust youth aviation outreach program which includes a high school student plane-building program, a six-week aviation summer camp at the museum, and many other programs.
For more information about our education outreach efforts, visit the “Education” area of our site.
The Aviation Museum depends on a group of more than 80 regular volunteers to keep the museum open to the public and carry out our mission.
For more information about volunteering, visit the “Volunteers” page under the “Support Us” section of our site.
Please enjoy exploring our website, which will provide a good idea of what we do and how we do it.
Above all, we are hear to serve you. We welcome comments and suggestions from visitors and the general public.
Please feel to contact Jeff Rapsis, executive director, at any time. He may be reached at (603) 669-4820 ext. 401 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.