Connecticut Air & Space Museum | Kids Out and About Fairfield County, CT

Connecticut Air & Space Museum

Address: 
225 B Main St
Stratford , CT , 06615
Phone: 203-380-1400
41° 9' 59.0724" N, 73° 7' 21.8964" W
Contact name: 
Christopher Soltis
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The Connecticut Air & Space Center explores the history of the Stratford Army Engine Plant. There are 14 aircraft on display & 8 engines that were built on site. *Currently only those over age 18 are allowed on the premises - Stay Tuned for updates!

-The Connecticut Air & Space Center is a non-profit Air Museum that displays vintage aircraft, memorabilia, and artifacts that pertain to Connecticut, both inside and out. The museum's motto is to: Honor, Preserve, Educate. Honoring the founders, workers, and companies from Connecticut. Preserving the vehicles and artifacts they used. And Educating this generation and the next about this history. Founded by George Gunther in 1998 after the closing of the Stratford Army Engine Plant, in Stratford, Connecticut. Currently the Connecticut Air & Space Center occupies buildings 6 and 53 at the former Stratford Army Engine Plant complex. The museum is one of only a handful throughout the country to be located in a portion of an original WWII aircraft factory.

Open hours: 
Sunday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Closed
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm

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