WWII Aviation Living History Day at the Hagerstown Aviation Museum

HAGERSTOWN – The Hagerstown Aviation Museum is hosting a WWII Aviation Living History Event with the Historical Aviation Society Saturday 2 March 2024 from 10am-4pm.

The Historical Aviation Society is a group of professional and amateur historians that examine and educate the public on the human dimension of our military past, through research, militaria collecting and living history events.

The Historical Aviation Society will be at the Hagerstown Aviation Museum to interpret life as United States Army Air Force pilots and Women Airforce Service Pilots who were known as the “WASP”.

You’ve seen the WWII pilots gear and uniforms on the new TV series, “Masters of the Air”, now come see it in-person!! Don’t miss out on this event!

About the Hagerstown Aviation Museum: Visit and explore the world’s largest collection of Fairchild aircraft and memorabilia at the Hagerstown Aviation Museum. See 25 historic aircraft along with exhibits and displays spanning more than a century of aviation in Hagerstown, Maryland. Immerse yourself in the stories and experiences of the people, the planes they built and flew, and Hagerstown’s significant role in the history of aviation!

Museum Hours:   Open Friday & Saturday,  10am to 4pm

Admission information: https://www.hagerstownaviationmuseum.org/plan-your-visit/

Location:   18450 Showalter Rd., Hagerstown MD 21742.  Follow signs to museum.