Dec 22,23 – Open 10:30am to 4:00 pm
Dec 24 – Open 10:30am to 2:00pm
Dec 25,26 – Closed – Merry Christmas!
Dec 27, 28, 29, 30 – Open 10:30am to 4:00pm
Dec 31 – Open 10:30am – 2:00pm
Jan 1 – Close – Happy New Year!
Thursday February 18th from 11am – 1pm
2 Hour Kids Painting Class (ages 6+)
with step by step instruction by The Tiny Artist, http://www.thetinyartist.com/
3x winner of Bethpage Best of LI
$28 per child includes everything needed to create the perfect picture:
canvas, paint, smock, brushes, easel rental, professional instruction
Plus full access to the museum
Pre-registration/payment is required for this class…call Taryn at 516-510-6021 to book
Do not wear your best! Dress for a mess!
parents are encouraged to stay and help younger children
AAM 2015 Holiday Schedule
December 23 Open 10:30am – 04:00pm
December 24 Open 10:30am – 02:00pm
December 25 Closed – Merry Christmas
December 26-30 Open 10:30am – 04:00pm
December 31 Open 10:30am – 02:00pm
January 1 Closed – Happy New Year
January 2-3 Open 10:30am – 04:00pm
We want to thank everybody for a terrifically fun and frightful Halloween celebration. We had so many wonderful costumes come through the door that it was extremely difficult to pick just one.
- All other entrants will receive a gift certificate for a return visit to the American Airpower Museum.
A Soaring Tribute to POWs – WWII vets honored with flight by American Airpower Museum. Farmingdale, Long Island, New York.
As he lay by the side of the road in German-occupied France, Bernie Rader buried his dog tags. His unit had been ambushed, and Rader, who had been wounded, knew he’d be captured. But before the Nazis got him, the Jewish soldier from Brooklyn made sure they wouldn’t see his tags — stamped with an “H” for Hebrew.
Download PDF : Newsday POW Article
Check out this August’s Flypast Magazine for some great aviation stories as well as a nice two page spread on the Memorial Day Weekend Legends of Airpower Event.
Flypast Editor in Chief spent the weekend with us covering the CAF’s B-29 and our weekend event!
Be sure to check it out!
May 8th, 2015 marks the 70th Anniversary of the end of the fighting in Europe during WWII. The Germans formally surrendered on 7 May 1945, with the public announcement being made on May 8th. VE Day as it became known was not the end of WWII. The war against Japan would go on for nearly 4 more months before coming to and end. But on 8 May Europe had been liberated from the Evil that was Hitler’s Nazi Germany.
President Harry Truman addressing the nation via radio announcing the German Surrender and VE Day.
New Yorkers celebrate the announcement of VE Day in New York City’s Time Square.
In England, Londoners celebrate VE Day 8 May 1945.