Spring Break Fun at Frontiers of Flight Museum
The Frontiers of Flight Museum hosts a variety of exciting daily activities during Spring Break, March 9-13. All activities are free with regular admission ($7-$10).
It's the ideal time for the entire family to visit the Museum and discover amazing things about the science of flight and flying.
Frontier Flyer - Sit in the cockpit and learn about flight controls and the four forces of flight
Wind Tunnel - See how different shaped objects perform in a wind tunnel.
Flight Simulators - Try your piloting skills on our PC based flight simulators
Drone Ball Drop - Bombs away! Guide a RC drone using a smart tablet and drop a ball on the target.
Stomp Rockets – Try your skills to launch model rockets.
Meet the Museum’s Living History performers.
Coloring pages with airplanes famous aviators flew.
Paper Airplane Challenges – Experiment with paper airplanes to see which design travels furthest, most accurate, and the longest time aloft.
Mon, March 9: Spring Flight Scavenger Hunt - Kids from 6-12 can get neat prizes while walking through aerospace history.
Tue, March 10 & Thu, March 12: Flight Simulator Laboratory (10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.) Try your skills at any one of several different types of aircraft with our PC-based flight stations.
Wed, March 11: (9 a.m.) - Breakfast with “Bessie Coleman” (members only)
Wed, March 11: (10:30 a.m. & 2 p.m.) Hear the story of Bessie Coleman, the first black woman to get her pilot's license.