Southern Museum of Flight
The Southern Museum of Flight is dedicated to presenting civilian, military, and experimental aircraft and memorabilia from the earliest history of powered flight. The 68,000 square foot facility houses over 75 aircraft, as well as engines, models, artifacts, photographs, and paintings. In addition, the Southern Museum of Flight is home to the Alabama Aviation Hall of Fame with over 65 biographical plaques presenting Alabama aviation history through collective biography.
Notable aircraft on display include a Wright Flyer, a Curtis Pusher, a WWII Fokker D-VII, an Alexander Eaglerock once owned by the first deaf pilot, WWII trainers, an F4 "Phantom" jet, Soviet built MiGs, an A12 "Blackbird" spy plane, the "Lake Murray" B-25 Bomber, and a vast array of experimental aircraft. Featured on display at the Southern Museum of Flight features a diorama exhibit honoring Alabama’s famed Tuskegee Airmen, a state-of-the-art theater with surround sound, realistic flight simulators, tours, and a children’s "Little Pilots Room."
A flight simulator replicates the experience of flying a real aircraft, and the Radio Controlled Flight Simulator at the Southern Museum of Flight makes that experience as realistic as possible. Our simulator features a large flat-panel display and the Interlink Elite controller. Choose from over 60 aircraft and 30 flying locations! Take off without leaving the ground at the Southern Museum of Flight. Let your imagination have wings!
FACILITIES RENTAL: The Southern Museum of Flight provides an entertaining and inspirational choice of venues for meeting and event planners. The facility is designed to accommodate small meetings, large receptions, seated dinners, and weddings, as well as business presentations and corporate hospitality. The museum offers a wide range of additional services such as audio and visual, entertainment and other services quoted upon receipt of specifications. See the website, www.southernmuseumofflight.org, for details.