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Aviation Museum Schedule and Covid-19 Health Protocols

We're open extra hours during school vacation
 
Families! During school vacation week, the Aviation Museum of N.H. will be open on Thursday, Feb. 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (That's in addition to our regular hours Friday through Sunday.) Come find out why the Aviation Museum was voted the "Best Place to Take Kids" in Greater Manchester in the 2020 Hippo Readers Poll. There's plenty to see and do! We're following all Covid-19 precautions (masks are mandatory) and look forward to your visit!
 
During January 2021, the Aviation Museum will be open Fridays & Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays 1 to 7 p.m.

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Update on Student Plane-Build Project

We are back in full-swing after shutting down due to COVID-19.  It is very exciting to be back in the classroom with the students moving the RV-12iS aircraft toward completion.

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Recent spectacular donations to the Aviation Museum of N.H.

On Nov. 30, 1954, a Northeast Airlines DC-3 on approach to Berlin, N.H. crashed near the summit of snowbound Mt. Success. Two died, and five survivors were forced to spend two nights in sub-zero conditions without food before the downed plane could be found, prompting their rescue.  READ MORE!

AmazonSmile

When you shop via AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of eligible purchases to the Aviation Museum of NH!

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WWII veteran's time as a POW preserved in a video

Thank you to Robert Fortnam for sharing his remarkable story detailing his 19 months spent as a POW. The museum's recent interview with Mr. Fortnam was covered by the Concord Monitor. 

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School Outreach Program

The Aviation Museum offers a School Outreach program, open to students of all ages. Let us bring our educational and fun programming to YOU!

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Experience New Hampshire Heritage

The Aviation Museum of NH recently joined the New Hampshire Heritage Trail.

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Latest Newsletter

We publish a quarterly newsletter, The Aeronaut, which contains information regarding NHAHS, Museum events, fundraising activities, member opportunities, and lots more. All members receive The Aeronaut as a benefit of membership.

Below is our Winter 2016-17  newsletter available for you to download and read (in PDF format). Become a member and receive this valuable publication automatically!

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Our Logo

new logoThe Gee Bee Model A Sport Plane (pictured on our logo) was the first plane built by the Granville brothers of Madison, New Hampshire in Boston, Massachusetts. They built nine in Springfield, Massachusetts followed by a series of sportsters (monoplanes) and finally leading to the famous Gee Bee supersportster racers, one of which established a new world land-air speed record. It was flown by James Doolittle. Click here to read more about the Gee Bees.

Volunteer

We are seeking volunteers!

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