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As a non-profit organization 501(c)(3), the Museum depends on the generous support of individuals and businesses to fulfill its mission. We appreciate your tax deductible donation to help us continue our preservation activities and to support our numerous educational programs.
If you are museum member and would like to support the organization, please donate here.
The 58th Bomb Wing Memorial pays tribute to the thousands of men in the first unit to introduce the Boeing B-29 "Superfortress" into combat in World War II.
The New England Air Museum is committed to presenting the story of aviation, the human genius that made it possible and the profound effects that it has had on the way in which we live. If you are not a museum member and would like to support the organization, please donate here.
The Tuskegee Airmen achieved excellence while defending our country, exhibiting an extraordinary will and determination to do so under the most unimaginable circumstances. They were subjected to racism, segregation, and often declared to be too inferior to serve, due to their race.
The New England Air Museum is honored to be working with the children of Tuskegee Airmen to create an extraordinary new exhibit. Join us! Your donations will enable us to build a theater and unique exhibit so people globally learn about the significance of their accomplishments, and why they should never be forgotten.
This permanent exhibit celebrates trailblazing women in aviation, from the earliest aviators who strapped themselves into impossible flying machines to the women who are creating the future of aerospace. Their stories are brought to life through video, realistic virtual reality, interactive digital technology, beautiful graphics, and original artifacts.
The New England Air Museum, with the internationally acclaimed Polish Studies Program at Central Connecticut State University, opened a permanent multi-media exhibit paying tribute to the Kosciuszko Squadron 303, the unsung heroes who fought brilliantly in the Battle of Britain, defending freedom while facing impossible odds.
Support aerospace history and science programs that serve thousands of students, families, and visitors of all ages each year. Programs include K-12 school field trips and outreach, scout workshops and overnights, youth camp, travel programs, as well as drop-in activities and demonstrations offered in our museum hangars.
Make a donation in honor of someone, or memorialize a passed friend or family member