The Golden Age Air Museum was established in 1997. Its mission is to entertain visitors and educate them about the early days of aviation through its special events and daily operations. The museum offers the chance to learn how the early aviators flew, what they flew, and learn the lost art of early aircraft construction. Museum displays include full size operational aircraft and automobiles, as well as displays of artifacts from the Golden Age. Craftsmen are continually working on restoring new additions for the collection. Visitors may talk with the restoration volunteers and learn techniques and practices of early aircraft builders.
|Address:||371 Airport Road
Bethel, Pennsylvania 19507