The Frontiers of Flight Museum is located at the southeastern corner of the Dallas Love Field Airport on Lemmon Avenue. The dramatically-designed 100,000 square foot facility, opened in June 2004, houses over 30 aircraft and space vehicles, over a dozen themed exhibits, a 200-seat auditorium, dedicated classrooms and conference rooms, and a children’s discovery area. Two climate-controlled aircraft hangar-like buildings, joined by a connecting structure on both levels, offer multiple event rental and production options. The northern structure incorporates the original foundation and framework of the historic Mustang Aviation hangar, an aircraft service operator dating from the 1940s. The Museum’s six acre plot features easy access to runway 13L-31R as well as free lighted and secure parking for 370 cars, with overflow parking available.