THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BALLROOM FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT:
A VENUE OF FLYING PROPS
The Frontiers of Flight Museum is located at the southeastern corner of 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.
With over 12,000 square feet of usable event space the Main Exhibit Hall is ideal for seated groups from 100 to 1000. The space has multiple setup and lighting options.
Intimate space overlooking the Richard W. Cree Main Exhibit Hall and aircraft displays. Open space can be figured for up to 200+ seated guests.
With seating for 200 the multi-media auditorium/theatre is ideal for films, lectures and stage presentations.
Fully equipped conference room with classroom seating for 80. The conference room can be subdivided by an acoustical wall and includes tables and chairs.
Lobby / Entrance Area
Spacious lobby area with entry registration counter for event check-in and client displays.
Outdoor display area
Parking lot area and patio area adjacent to Main Exhibit Hall ideal for large outdoor displays.
Two separate areas ideal for children’s birthday parties or casual receptions.
First and second floor catering preparation areas with stainless steel work surfaces, storage, sinks and tiled walls and floor.