Guided tour

Guided tours include time in the activity center and classroom as well as a tour of the building. Middle school and high school also welcome to schedule an unguided tour.

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Program Details

Avionics | Science

Appropriate for ages: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

Max Audience: Up to 60 students
Costs: Tour groups (guided and unguided)-$6 per student, accompanying staff is free.
Field Trip


Kansas Aviation Museum

3350 S. George Washington Blvd.

Wichita KS 67210

Rebecca Payne, Director of Education

(316) 683-9242

Museum open Tuesday-Friday 10:00 am-5:00 pm; tours available Monday-Friday by request.

The mission of the Kansas Aviation Museum is to “preserve the birth and living heritage of Kansas aviation. Educate the world on the past, present, and future of flight. Promote the Spirit of Flight in the Air Capital of the World.” We strive to do this by offering programs to the Wichita area to educate the community about the area’s rich history and to introduce and encourage exploration into the science of flight. We have programs for all ages, but our school age programs focus on learning about the forces of flight — lift, thrust, gravity, and drag, while also including local history and art components. Whether you do a guided or unguided tour, or request us to come to you, students will get an experience they won’t forget.

Have a program request? Let us know and we will try to accommodate it.


Tour groups (guided and unguided)-$6 per student, accompanying staff is free.

K-12 School Program-$75 for hands-on program (per class) for a 1 hour program that can be done either in your classroom or at the museum. Multiple bookings will receive a discounted price. All programs can be modified by age group. More program opportunities are coming as we build outreach kits for electronics, robotics, and circuits.

Arts Partners | 903 S Edgemoor, Suite 907 Wichita, KS 67218

Site by RSM Marketing.

This Organization received funding for general operational support from the City of Wichita The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.


Board of directors

Jan-Maeve Saggerson

Tim Rogers

Lai-L Daugherty

Teresa Seymour

Rodney Horton

Chris Wendt