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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

  • We are Closed for a New Year's Break!The museum will be closing at 1:00 pm today and will be reopening on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

    Have a safe and Happy New Year!

  • Museum Hours for the Holidays!

    Each year the Museum closes on early Christmas Eve at 1:00 p.m. to allow our wonderfusanta-in-planel staff to begin their Holidays with their family and friends. This year the museum will be also be closed on our regular closure days which gives us a three day weekend!

    We will be open again Wednesday, December 28th, at 10:00 a.m.

    Here's hoping that you and your family will have a wonderful Holiday weekend with all the goodness that the season brings!

  • Christmas stories aren't always good ---

    Searching for things to write about aviation and the holidays, we came up with Doctor William W. Christmas --- That sounded like a natural post. Unfortunately, it seems the doctor,  who was born in 1866 in Warrenton, North Carolina and was educated at St. John’s Military Academy and the University of Virginia (undergraduate degrees) and George Washington University  (medical degree), was a bit of a scoundrel.

    Although he is not credited frequently (or remembered), Dr. William Christmas invented Christmas Bulletinset ailerons, which are still used on nearly every modern aircraft. Or so we think: he did claim the design for them.  Once our research started popping up, it seems that he had inclination to borrow designs and names as well as tell tall tales. There are stories about how he managed to get the US Army to give him a L-6 engine and $100,000 for his wing design. The information published about Dr. Christmas often seems confused and oftentimes vague about his shenanigans and triumphs.

    Perhaps the most tragic part of this Christmas story was the fact his plane, "Christmas Bullet" killed two test pilots who put their faith and fate in the non-aviator doctor's hands. Why the second pilot flew without a plane redesign is strange given the outcome of the first flight.

    Two articles of interest written about the doctor  is Mr. Christmas and his Flights of Fantasy and The 10 worst US aircraft. Not surprisingly, as one reads the count down to the the number one worst plane in the latter article, the name of the all time worst plane, is the Christmas Bullet. No warm fuzzy aviation story here for the holidays... just lots of mystery, and hangar tales.

  • Happy Thanksgiving!Wings Over Miami's  Board of Directors and staff are grateful for the ways both great and small that you stay connected with our museum family. Thank you for your continuing support. In celebration of this holiday, Wings Over Miami will be closed Thursday, November 24, and will reopen at 10:00 on Friday, November 25, 2016. Thank You!
  • Museum Closed for Hurricane PrepWings Over Miami will be closed to button-up and secure the facility. We will reopen as soon as the weather threat allows.hurricane-matthew


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


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


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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