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Artifact - WWII USAAF Officers Cap

Artifact Donations

The Frontiers of Flight Museum is the foremost aviation and space flight museum in North Texas, and the support of those who donate historic items is appreciated.
Braniff Gallery

Galleries & Displays

The story of flight - it's science, innovation, wonder and adventure - told comprehensively through objects and narratives in more than twenty galleries and displays.
SR-71 simulator cockpit view

Flight Trainers

Instruments used to teach competencies in flying electronically and mechanically without leaving the ground.
Hot Air Balloon Basket and Burner


Man's desire to fly has taken many forms and has gone in many directions. Aside from conventional airplanes and helicopters, here are a few creative efforts to touch the sky.
Pratt & Whitney J58 Engine


The march of aviation progress is tied to advances in propulsion technology. Engineers from the Wright Brothers forward have sought the ideal powerplant for their designs. Over time, aviation engines have been developed to generate more power, offer better durability, and at greater efficiencies.
model shop - Phantom under construction

Model Shop

The craftsmen who volunteer in the Model Shop build museum-quality scale aircraft models for display in the Museum.
Library books

Research Library

This extensive collection, which formed initially with books received from the University of Texas’ History of Aviation collection, offers a comprehensive survey of non-fiction aviation and space literature.


The Museum has a growing number of virtual exhibit resources. We regularly add to this catalog of resources so check back often to see what is new.
Regulus II Missile


Most missiles are guided weapons, usually rocket powered, that are designed to carry a payload to a target and destroy it.
Apollo 7 Close-up


These vehicles are designed to operate in the ultimate frontier of flight - space.
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