Welcome to
Wings Over Miami!

Experience Living History

Wings Over Miami Air Museum serves as a tribute to those veterans and aviators who pioneered civilian and military aviation. The museum is for the education and enjoyment of all the community.

We Salute Our Veterans

The Defenders of Freedom

Wings Over Miami serves as a tribute to those who protect our freedoms and is proud to support our veterans and all brave men and women of the United States armed forces.

Discover the
history of our warbirds!

Nanchang CJ-6

The Nanchang CJ-6 is a training aircraft designed and built in China for use by the People's Liberation Army Air Force. See it live at Wings Over Miami!

Discover the
history of flight!

Ryan PT-22 Recruit

The Ryan PT-22 Recruit was a military trainer aircraft used by the United States Army Air Corps and its successor, the United States Army Air Forces, for primary pilot training.

South Florida’s Flying Museum!

Wings Over Miami Air Museum serves as a tribute to those aviators and veterans who pioneered civilian and military aviation. The museum is for the education and enjoyment of all the community.

With this goal in mind, the museum both displays and flies military and classic aircraft to share the rich history of flight. It provides an operating legacy of aircraft with an insight to the stories of the pilots who flew them.

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News and Updates

  • Wings Over Miami is Open!We are up and running! Miami Executive Airport did well during the storm. The museum has some temporary hours. Please check our schedule for September before coming out to visit. Hope to see you soon!

    • Sept 16 and 17: Regular hours – 10am-5pm

    • Sept 18 and 19: Closed

    • Sept 20: Closed for maintenance

    • Sept 21: Regular hours – 10am-5pm

    • Sept 22: 10am-2pm

    • Sept 23 and 24: Regular hours – 10am-5pm

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  • Our Museum is Closed Due to Hurricane PreparationWe are busy securing our museum, so we are closed until further notice. Please keep us your thoughts as we face this storm. Above all, be safe and do not take chances with this storm!  
  • Happy Labor Day!

    Happy Labor DayThe Museum will be closed on Labor Day, Monday, September 4th. Please visit us when we reopen on our regular schedule on Wednesday.

    If you would like to read about contributions to the labor force in WWII by Rosie, you can read about Rosie the Riveter on this web page hosted by the U.S. Department of Labor.

     
  • The 2017 Eclipse

    nasaAugust 21, 2017 brings to the United States an opportunity to view a total eclipse. With all the publicity and stories written about the event, very little has been said about pilots in the air or those who are chasing the sun.

    AOPA, a pilots organization, has published a piece which you can read about what some of their member pilots are doing by clicking here.

    You can enjoy a view of the eclipse from the comfort of your chair by joining in on the live stream broadcast from NASA  --- their broadcast spans over a period of hours... Go here for more information.  Time Magazine (online) also has special programming during the eclipse; you can follow it here.

    No matter how you view the event, make sure your eyes are protected --- regular sun glasses will not do --- so, find the special glasses, create a solar view box or tune into one of many live streams happening.

  • National Aviation DayPlanes flying.mdowns

    The first National Aviation Day was created on August 19, 1939, by President Franklin Roosevelt's presidential proclamation. This day while important to pilots and others in the aviation industry is simply a federal "observance" and not a public holiday. However, holiday or not, it does give our aviation enthusiasts opportunity to celebrate aviation's many achievements.

    Aviation Day happens to also be the birthday of Orville Wright, who along with his brother, Wilbur, is credited with building and flying the world's first steerable plane. There is a replica of Brazil's early plane currently housed in Wings Over Miami's hangar.  The Demoiselle is often considered by some to have beaten the Wright Brothers to the air... But, that fact is hotly disputed, depending on which country's aviation history you follow.

Location

Wings Over Miami
14710 SW 128th Street
Miami, FL 33186
(305) 233-5197

Hours

Wednesday through Sunday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday

Tickets and Admission

Adults $10.00
Senior Citizens (60+) $7.00
Children (12 and under) $6.00
Call for group rates

Membership

For your best value, become a member of Wings Over Miami and enjoy unlimited visits during your membership period.  Click here for more information.

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Wings Over Miami
Miami Executive Airport

14710 SW 128th Street
Miami, FL 33186
(305) 233-5197

Open Wednesday-Sunday
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Special hours by arrangement