Located in Hangar 9 at the Kansas City, Missouri Downtown Airport
201 NW Lou Holland Drive . Kansas City, Missouri . 64116
816.421.3401 ~ FAX 816.421.3421
Hours and Admission
Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.—4 p.m.
Closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Closed December 31 and New Year’s Day
Closed 4th of July
Closed December 24 and Christmas Day
Museum Members receive free admission
Non-Museum Member Pricing
Age 0-12 (with family unit) Free
Age 13-17 $4
Age 18-64 $8
Senior (65+) & Active Military $5
We welcome you to the Airline History Museum in Downtown Kansas City!
The Airline History Museum is excited and proud to be heading into our fourth decade. We have come a long way in 30 years. What started with two men sitting in an airport office dreaming of how to restore a Lockheed Constellation has now grown into a premier aviation museum attracting world-wide visitors. With 30 years under our belt, it is now time to look forward to the future!
This is just the beginning for our next 30 years. The Airline History Museum is continually adding to its collection of display aircraft and ground support equipment. Recent additions include a 1956 Willys Jeep for restoration (originally delivered to TWA as a Ramp Vehicle), a 1940’s era Central Airlines aircraft Tug, and a Boeing 727 Flight Simulator (Serial #1).
We have teamed with Brancato’s Catering to act as our Events Coordinator. This relationship provides the museum with a professional sales and marketing arm as well as the ability to offer our clients a complete “Turnkey Event”, be it a Corporate meeting, Birthday, Anniversary, Wedding or other types of gathering.
With all of this progress, how can anyone interested in aviation not be excited? As we take flight into the next 30 years, the Airline History Museum would like you to join us in two ways. First, feel free to join our organization by becoming a member, and by joining our great team of volunteers who show endless dedication to the organization. The second way you can join us is by always respecting the vision and sacrifice of Larry Brown and Dick McMahon, for without them, there would be no Airline History Museum.
The AHM Board of Directors