Skyward: Breakthroughs in Flight Members Only Hours
Date: Sunday, Dec 19 | 10AM to 12PM
Categories: Special Events
On Sunday, December 19, join Curator Chuck Stout and get the inside scoop on the making of our newest exhibit, Skyward: Breakthroughs in Flight! Hear about the exhibit’s inception, the design process and how it all came together.
Enjoy a tour at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. or simply check out the exhibit before it’s open to the public!
Register now through the links below.
About the Exhibit
In this brand-new museum exhibit, guests will journey through extraordinary aerospace milestones and artifacts while discovering the stories behind the people who made them happen.
Humankind went from no significant controlled flight at all to landing on the moon in 66 years. Progress has continued, and future achievements beckon.
- Wright Flyer fabric that went with Neil Armstrong to the Moon
- American flag signed by Charles Lindbergh
- Fabric from the Lockheed Vega that Amelia Earhart flew solo across the Atlantic
- Data strip from Bell X-1 recorded when Chuck Yeager flew through Mach 1
- And more!