Lone Star Flight Museum

The Lone Star Flight Museum, established in 1990 and relocated to Houston’s Ellington Airport in 2017, is an aviation enthusiast’s dream and a significant landmark in Texas’s aeronautical history. This 130,000-square-foot facility is not only a tribute to Texas’ aviation heritage but also serves as an educational center, fostering a deeper understanding of flight and its technological advancements.

Home to one of the finest collections of airworthy historic aircraft in the United States, the museum boasts over 40 aircraft spanning the history of aviation. Highlights include the iconic Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, the classic North American P-51 Mustang, and the Supermarine Spitfire, each meticulously restored to its former glory. Interactive exhibits, flight simulators, and the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame immerse visitors in the science and adventure of flight, offering insights into the lives of those who shaped aviation history.

The Lone Star Flight Museum also offers the chance to ride in some of history’s most celebrated aircraft. Imagine soaring through the Texas skies in a vintage warbird- get ready to take flight!