We scored our own home run with this exclusive appearance. Visitors are encouraged to make their own history with a photo of the trophy against a background of historic aircraft.

What could be better than watching your favorite aviation movies in an actual airplane hangar!

Get “behind the chains” with our docents, learn exclusive aircraft history, and even see them start up on our ramp! (weather permitting) 

The University of Houston Astronomy Society brings their premiere telescope equipment to our ramp for an optimal view of Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars.

Join us for Fly In for Story Time featuring an aviation-themed book every Friday morning. Located in the Museum’s Flight Academy Gallery, the reading will be followed by an interactive activity. 

North American B-25 Mitchell

First person presentations on General James H. “Jimmy” Doolittle. The next presentation will be conducted on Saturday, July 14  at 11 AM in the Museum’s Karen & Scott Rozzell Classroom A.

Explore the skies like a real pilot on the first Friday of every month as part of our Pilot Experience beginning Friday, July 6 at 10 am!

On Wednesday June 27, the Lone Star Flight Museum was pleased to host special guests, Mr. Ed Clarac and his friend Mort Voller.

We are showing our patriotic colors with the ultimate sidewalk chalk art featuring our B-17 Thunderbird! The Thunderbird is a big plane and we will need your help decorating the ramp!