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Connecticut Air & Space Museum

The center is an air museum that displays vintage aircraft, memorabilia, and artifacts that pertain to Connecticut, both inside and out. The museum's motto is to: Honor, Preserve, Educate. Honoring the founders, workers, and companies from Connecticut. Preserving the vehicles and artifacts they used. And educating this generation and the next... Read More

The center is an air museum that displays vintage aircraft, memorabilia, and artifacts that pertain to Connecticut, both inside and out. The museum's motto is to: Honor, Preserve, Educate. Honoring the founders, workers, and companies from Connecticut. Preserving the vehicles and artifacts they used. And educating this generation and the next about this history. Founded by George Gunther in 1998 after the closing of the Stratford Army Engine Plant, in Stratford, Connecticut. Currently the Center occupies buildings 6 and 53 at the former Stratford Army Engine Plant complex. The museum is one of only a handful throughout the country to be located in a portion of an original World War II aircraft factory.

Visitors must be 18 and over due to Army regulations. Call in advance of your visit to assure a guide is available for your visit.

Pricing: $9 (donation).

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Location:

550 Main St.
Stratford, CT 06615

Hours:

Tue. 9-2, Thu. 9-5, Sat. 9-2.

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