WAAAM  

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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We've expanded into our new building!

Now the total display area of the museum is over 100,000 square feet. Much of the collection has been shuffled about in this massive two-day overhaul of the Museum’s automobile and airplane collection. The expansion enabled several new items that were in WAAAM’s storage hangar to be displayed to the public including our 1922 Velie Touring Car Project, the WWII TG3 Glider, the KA7 Glilder and a recently donated Plymouth that snuck in during the move! This move would not have been possible without the 20 amazing volunteers who went above and beyond to help with the move. With everything all shuffled around we look completely different.

Check out the photos of the move by clicking here.

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Events Calendar  

June

June 10 - Second Saturday - Antique Gliders

June 24 - Model T Driving School

July

July 8 - Traffic Jam  - A Car Show and Swap Meet, WAAAM Style

July 10-13 - WAAAM Camp

July 22 - Model T Driving School

August

August 12 - Second Saturday - Motorcycles and Vintage Snowmobiles

August 26 - Model T Driving School

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Join Us for the WAAAM Traffic Jam!

July 8, 2017

Join us for the 2017 WAAAM Traffic Jam!

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Come Celebrate International Model A Day!

Date TBA

Don't miss this gathering of Model As and Model Ts at the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum.

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Join Us for the Annual Hood River Fly-In!

September 9 & 10, 2017

Join us for the 2017 Annual Hood River Fly-In at WAAAM!

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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!