Fly Day Admission
10 a.m – 4 p.m.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but for the safety of pets and their owners, only certified service animals as defined by RCW 49.60.040(24) will be allowed on museum grounds.
Flying is subject to pilot availability and weather. Please check our website for updates regarding unexpected cancellations.
The May Fly Day has been cancelled in the interest of keeping our community safe. We will continue to post updates on future Fly Days.
Hear them roar and watch them soar!
Be sure not to miss our monthly Fly Days held from April through October. The only thing that stops us from flying is the weather! Mother Nature can make it challenging, but our luck usually holds and our pilots do their utmost to get some flights out. It’s not unusual to see warbirds from around the region at our Fly Days– some come from other collections, some are privately owned and operated by warbird enthusiasts. We thank them for their support and hope that you enjoy the variety of aircraft on display!
We try to put out an array of flights, one demo every hour. From a single-ship fighter to a formation of T-6’s, there’s always something exciting to see. We work with local air traffic to make sure that we don’t disrupt the other air traffic at Burlington and that we’re conducting our flights safely. Our pilots are careful to observe all the rules of the FAA and airport, and do their best to comply with the airport’s voluntary Good Neighbor Policy.
Our aircraft may be ‘vintage,’ but rest assured that they are meticulously maintained and carefully flown. Our pilots have thousands of flight hours between them and more experience in these aircraft than most. We love our aircraft, the history that they represent, and the opportunity to share our passion with our visitors.
So come on out and pay us a visit!