WACO Flying Field and Museum

1865 S County Road
Troy, OH 45373

937-335-9226   |   http://www.wacoairmuseum.org/index.html
Open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.
Adult General Admission: $6, see website for discounted prices

The WACO Aircraft Company

WACO Air Museum and Flying Field preserves and presents the history of the WACO Aircraft Company.

WACO Aircraft Company made their mark on aviation history during what has come to be known as the “Golden Age of Flight,” and their story lives on at the WACO Air Museum and Flying Field.

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Notes for Travelers

The WACO Historical Society, founded in 1978, maintains the museum and flying field while operating under the mission of preservation, education, and community service. Historic WACO Flying Field officially opened in 1997 as a 77-acre parcel of land with a 2200-foot runway. The first structure erected on the site was a historic barn built in 1856 and reconstructed on the museum’s grounds. Today, the museum complex includes several hangars housing vintage aircraft and interpretive displays. Guided tours are available by appointment, and the WACO website offers a virtual tour for on-line exploration of the museum. Visitors interested in immersing themselves in the world of WACO aircraft can book a 30-minute or 12-minute flight experience.

Additional Resources

Waco Airplanes: 1923-1942 Waco Aircraft Production, Raymond H. Brandly.

Wings: A History of Aviation from Kites to the Space Age, Tom D. Crouch.