Tulsa Air and Space Museum
N 36° 12.408 W 095° 53.730
15S E 239684 N 4010773
Quick Description: Located across the street from the main entrance to Mohawk Park.
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 9/10/2006 7:17:04 PM
Waymark Code: WMQ54
It's amazing what has been fitted into this little gem of a museum. Hangar One is designed to look like the original 1928 building that played host to famous aviators like Wiley Post and Will Rogers, Charles Lindbergh, and Amelia Earhart. The Museum shows how Tulsa continues to be a leader in exploring the sky, with aircraft and spacecraft design and production, and the training of pilots and mechanics. Some of the exhibits are interactive. You can launch a space shuttle, create a tornado, or try flying an F-16 in a wind tunnel simulator.
The nearby Planetarium and ESky(TM) Theater has a few exhibits in its lobby, including rock specimens brought back from the Moon by four of the six lunar expeditions.
Hours: Sundays 1-5 p.m.
closed Mondays and most holidays
Tuesdays-Saturdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Cost: $6 adults for either Hangar One or Planetarium, or $10 for combo ticket
$5/$8 combo for seniors (62+), students, or military
$4/$6 combo for youth (5-12 years old)
free for 4 and younger.
Logging requirements for this category: Post a photo of your GPS receiver with the museum's sign, and mention one of the aircraft found on display here.
Museum Name: Tulsa Air and Space Museum
Museum Web Address: [Web Link]
3624 North 74th East Avenue
Tulsa, OK USA
Museum Focus:: Aviation & space exploration in Oklahoma, past and present
Cost:: 6.00 (listed in local currency)
Hours of Operation:: From: 10:00 AM To: 5:00 PM
List at least one aircraft on display:: F-14A "Tomcat" Fighter Jet
Photo showing GPS w/sign
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