Welcome

You have just landed on one of the largest air museums in America.

The airport itself has a rich history.  During World War II, it was a B-24 Liberator training base that prepared more crews and pilots than any other US airfield. An original B-24 hanger still stands hauntingly empty nearby.  The original WW II runways, although no longer in use, are still visible.  A discarded Beechcraft manufacturing plant that once built the Skipper, Sport, Sierra, and Duchess sits just off the apron.  This plant, with its 70’s industrial vibe is home to the Mid-America Air Museum.

Airport history, coupled with 100+ aircraft makes this museum a definite ‘must see.'   You can target your visit by category such as World War II aircraft (17 on site), Beechcraft (6 on site) Korean War (8 aircraft), Vietnam (14 aircraft), production (33 aircraft), and experimental models (24 aircraft) or see it all as you wander through our exhibits.  Do you want to see a MASH helicopter?  Explore a TBM Avenger like the one George H.W. Bush flew in the South Pacific? Climb inside our B-25J Mitchell or learn how to fly on one of our simulators.  Here is your chance to immerse yourself in the experience.

If you are flying in, a full-service jet center sits down the ramp from the museum.  Those driving in will find ample car and RV parking.

Tail from a Fairchild PT-19A Cornell at the Mid-America Air Museum

Please consider a membership to help support our educational programs like the Liberal Stem Jet.

 

Membership Levels

Individual

Family

Aero Club

500 Club

Corporate

Membership Fee

$25

$50

$100

$500

$2,500

Free Admission

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Gift Shop Discount

10%

10%

15%

20%

20%

Special Event Invitation

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Family Admission

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Admission tickets/year

2

4

4

Discount

Premium Events

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Unlimited Guests - Must be with member

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VIP Air Fair Access

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Yes

Recognition

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Individual Membership

Family Membership

Aero Club Membership

500 Club Membership

Email us at contact@museumliberal.com to learn more about corporate sponsorships