The Lone Star Flight Museum is home to one of the finest collections of restored aircraft and aviation exhibits in the nation. Over 40 restored aircraft are displayed and most are in working condition. The collection includes WWII Fighters, Bombers, Liaison Trainers, and Executive Planes.
The museum is a volunteer, not-for-profit, tax exempt 501 (c) (3), educational museum, dedicated to the men and women who developed aviation to the science it is today; and, to the memory and spirit of those who flew in the defense of our country and freedom throughout the world.
Fly-in visits are encouraged (GLS Unicom - 123.05).
The mission of the Lone Star Flight Museum is to inform and educate the public of their aviation heritage and history by: acquiring, restoring to flying condition and preserving a collection of aircraft representing the evolution of aircraft design and operational capabilities; acquiring, preserving and displaying artifacts and memorabilia depicting the development of aviation; providing a facility for the proper display and preservation of the collection and a suitable setting for aviation memorials; and establishing a membership to support the aviation heritage collection in the highest museum standards.
Adults (over 18): $8
Seniors (65+): $5
Students (age 5-17): $5
Children Under 5: Free
Group rates available for 20 or more people. Call for rates.
The Lone Star Flight Museum can accommodate up to 1,500 guests for a stand-up reception and 1,000 guests for sit-down dinner. The Museum offers more than 40,000 square feet of exhibit space. Rental costs vary with the group size. Rental of full facility is also available for exhibit and trade shows. The planes can be rearranged for space. For information call (409)740-7722.
Hours of Operation
Open Daily: 9am - 5pm
Closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day
Note: Hours may be seasonal and subject to change.