The Lone Star Flight Museum aims to inform and educate the public of their aviation heritage and history by acquiring, restoring to flying condition and preserving a collection of aircraft representing the evolution of flying machines.
The Lone Star Flight Museum will open the doors of its new $38 million, 130,000 square-foot aviation history and STEM facility in early September 2017 at Ellington Airport. The current facility in Galveston closed on July 15. The new world-class museum will share the story of flight in the Lone Star State and feature the contributions Texas and Texans have made to aviation.
Highlights of the museum include interactive exhibits focused on science, technology engineering and math concepts (STEM) essential to flight, a $1 million Aviation Learning Center, the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame and a marvelous flying collection of historically significant aircraft.
Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau - Member since 2007