Need a place for your event or location shoot? Having a birthday party for a family member? Celebrating a significant anniversary, or conducting a trade show? Displaying model airplanes, antique autos, jazzed up motorcycles, clocks, or putting on a musical show? Conducting a memorial service for a departed WWII veteran? Shooting a video, photo session, or commercial? Or simply having a nostalgic dinner with friends? We urge you to explore the possibilities within our very special setting among vestiges of World War II and with flying (and otherwise) of WWII warbirds. Come Fly With Us!
There are many benefits to having your special event at our WWII Aviation Museum Hangar:
LOCATION: We have about 5,000 square feet of space where you can set up any table and seating arrangement up to a total of 250 people. The hangar doors open to a tarmac designated for outdoor events.
AUDIO: We have a microphone and amp system for meetings, presentations, and a CD music library including songs from the 1930s, 1940s & 1950s to give an added measure of nostalgia (wouldn’t that be great for a retirement party or a 50th anniversary?).
SMALLER ROOM AVAILABLE: We also have a smaller, more intimate room where you can have a birthday party or special dinner.
CATERING: Our preferred local caterer can provide all the fine food & settings. DJ’s Catering
EVENT COORDINATOR: Our Event Coordinator, La Tanya Barber, can review your choices with you, and provide coordination for your event.
Please call us and we will arrange to have you meet us at the WWII Aviation Museum to go over the possibilities for your event. To add a special flavor to your event, we can also arrange to have docents available to show your guests around our facility (for events that occur during the day). We look forward to being of service to you in helping you plan your special event in our WWII Aviation Museum Hangar!
Hangar Schematic For Party – shows 24 tables @ 10 per table = 240 persons, with stage, dance floor, tables for awards, buffet, etc. Serving tent can be set up just outside the hangar doors, as in photo below.