CHAMPAIGN AVIATION MUSEUM

The Museum is Open!

 

Bring your NAHA Boarding Pass

to the museum and save

10% off in the museum store! 

Print or download your Boarding Pass here.

Face masks are required for entry

into the museum.

Please keep 6' social distance between yourself, visitors, and volunteers.

 

Stay home if you feel sick

or have a fever. 

We are a 501 c (3) non-profit dedicated to preserving aviation history for current and future generations.

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Mission

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Vintage Aircraft

100+

Volunteers

1000+

Stories

About Champaign Aviation Museum

Originally started in 2005 with three flatbeds of parts and pieces of several B-17s, we have grown to become a center of excellence for B-17 restoration. Click the link below to learn more about our journey.

Donate

We rely on people like you to keep our doors open and our lights on. Please consider a donation to help us continue our mission of aviation history preservation and education.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

To keep our restoration going we need more than just money. We need volunteers, tools, and parts.

Live Hangar Feeds

Watch the restoration happen from anywhere in the world with our live webcam! 

Get to Know Our Aircraft

Want to hear about the stories of our aircraft? Curious where they came from? Check out the link below to find out more.

2020 Fundraising Gala - 

SOLD OUT!

We are pleased to announce the 8th Annual Gala for the Champaign Aviation Museum is planned for the evening of Saturday, July 25, 2020. The event activities include: a B-25 flyover, hors d'oeuvres, dinner, and guest speaker Col. Mark Tillman, USAF  (ret.), Air Force One Pilot during 9/11.

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Contact Us

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ADDRESS

1652 N Main Street 

Urbana, OH 43078

AIRPORT INFO

Grimes Field I74 4400 x 100 ft.

UNICOM: 122.7 AWOS-3: 118.325

PHONE

(937) 652-4710

 

 

HOURS

Tues - Sat

10am - 4pm

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