Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum

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Alaskan Airways Stearman

The Alaska Aviation Museum is located on Lake Hood Seaplane Base in Anchorage, Alaska. Its mission since 1988, is to preserve, display, and honor Alaska's aviation heritage, by preserving and displaying historic aircraft, artifacts, and memorabilia, and to foster public interest in aviation and its history. The museum has over thirty aircraft on display, a restoration hangar, flight simulators, two theaters, and a Hall of Fame. It provides an emphasis on historic aircraft, aviation artifacts, and memorabilia that contributed to the development and progress of aviation in Alaska, including Bush flying, and the World War II Army base on Adak Island.[1]

Hall of Fame[edit]

North American T-6 Texan parked in front of the Alaska Aviation Museum
A Grumman Goose looks on

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum: About, ARTINFO, 2008, retrieved 2008-07-24 [permanent dead link]

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Coordinates: 61°10′40″N 149°58′16″W / 61.17778°N 149.97111°W / 61.17778; -149.97111