Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center
Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center is an aircraft museum. It was founded by Dr. Forrest Bird and is located in Sagle, Idaho at 325 Bird Ranch Road, in the Idaho Panhandle. The museum features approximately 20 aircraft dating from pre-World War I to the present.
Also housed in the facilities are exhibits of inventions. These include a Bird Respirator and a variety of inventions ranging from the Barbie doll by Ruth Handler to the Apple II primarily by Steve Wozniak.
The museum attracts visitors from around the world. It offers learning programs for students and children.
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