1600 Air Museum Rd. Hood River, OR 97031

(541) 308-1600

Open Daily 9 - 5 Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day

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An Introduction to Aviation for Kids

Kids love WAAAM Camp!Learn and have fun at the WAAAM Air & Auto Museum as we explore early aviation and what it takes to keep an airplane in the air.

Build a flying glider - Preform a radio check - Learn aviation call signals - And so much more!

As an added bonus participants will earn a "Student Solo Membership" to the museum that will allow the participant admission to WAAAM for the rest of the year for free.

Who: Ages 9-12

Where: Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum

When: June 22 - 25

How Much: $110 per student (includes all materials and a snack each day)

Sign up at Hood River Community Education or call (541) 386-2055.


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Volunteer Opportunities

Many volunteer opportunities are available.  Here is a partial list of how you can get involved.

WAAAM Volunteers are awesome!

  • Museum Docents
  • Event Planning and Coordination
  • Library Services
  • Volunteer Services Representative
  • Marketing & Promotion
  • Restoration and Maintenance
  • Gift Shop
  • Administrative Support
  • Maintenance & Custodial
  • Training & Education

Find out more on our volunteer page.


Memberships & Sponsorships

There are four levels of membership available to individuals and families.

  • Solo Membership: $50.00 – One Individual Membership
  • Family Membership: $100.00 – 2 adults and children/grandchildren 18 years old and under.
  • Membership +1: $120.00 – One individual membership plus one guest.
  • Membership +2: $150.00 – Two individual memberships plus 2 guests.

Call (541) 308-1600 for information on Business Memberships.


Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum

Antique Airplanes   •  Antique Automobiles

Where Oregon and Washington meet, at the Columbia River Gorge.

It's worth the trip!