The AHP welcomes the public for a rare up-close look at the park’s aircraft. The cockpits will be open for you to get the pilot’s eye view of the perfectly restored interiors. Each will have a knowledgeable docent on hand to discuss the aircraft and tell the stories of the pilots, sometimes from the pilots themselves.
All the park aircraft will have viewing platforms. From these vantage points, park visitors can look inside Marine One, the Panther, Shooting Star, Phantom 550, Aardvark, and the UH1, all owned (and regulated) by governmental agencies.
Inside the museum, you can climb into the seat of the Northrup T-38 Talon. This NASA trainer, honoring local astronaut Terry Wilcutt, was flown by all the astronauts who have ever walked on the moon.