Ever wondered what the future of flight will look like? Join Curator Matthew Burchette as he takes a field trip to Centennial Airport to visit with two companies leading the effort to change air travel for the better. From an all-electric airplane to supersonic transport, you’ll get “Behind the Wings” access few others have experienced. Learn more here.
Entering service in the early 1960’s, the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom was a dominating aircraft used by the United States’ Navy, Marines and Air Force in combat operations until the late 1990’s. Designed as a do-it-all fighter, the F-4 was used in air superiority, bombardment, close air support and reconaissance missions during its more than 30 year combat life.
Join Curator Matthew Burchette and Wings’ President & CEO John Barry as they share untold stories of the F-4 Phantom. Learn more here.
Leonardo DaVinci imagined, sketched and otherwise invented numerous flight-related necessities we now take for granted. The parachute, helicopter, inclinometer and other inventions got their start with original Renaissance Man. Join curator Matthew Burchette as he explores the connection between our museum and “the Architect of Flight”. Learn more here.
Join Curator Matthew Burchette as he explores the history of Lowry Air Force Base and takes you behind the scenes at some of the historic buildings that surround Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. Learn more here.
Join Curator Matthew Burchette as he hops in the cockpit of the B-1A Lancer and gives some surprising facts about the largest aircraft inside the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum. Learn more here.