WAAAM  

1600 Air Museum Rd.

Hood River, OR 97031

 

(541) 308-1600


Open Daily 9 - 5

Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day

 

Let us help you plan your visit.

   

Donate  

   

Sign up for an E-Newsletter  

   

WACO UBA flight to WAAAM

A 1932 Waco UBA airplane has been acquired with funds donated for this aircraft.  Museum Chief Pilot Ben Davidson and Assistant Director Donna Davidson have volunteered to picked up the airplane in Kalamazoo, Michigan and fly it across the country to its new home in Hood River.

Read more: WACO UBA flight to WAAAM

WAAAM to Expand

An additional 27,000 square feet of display space will be built at WAAAM Air and Auto Museum.

Read more: WAAAM to Expand

97 (and 95) Have Arrived!

A 1929 Command-Aire and a WWII Schweizer TG-3 Training Glider now call WAAAM their home.

Read more: 97 (and 95) Have Arrived!

   

Social Media  

Like WAAAM on Facebook!  Check out the reviews of the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum on Tripadvisor. Post reviews of the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum on Yelp.

   

Events Calendar  

October

October 11 - Second Saturday - the TEENs (1910s cars and planes)

November

November 8 - Second Saturday - Honoring the UNIFORM

November 27 - WAAAM closed for Thanksgiving.

December

December 14 - Second Saturday - Vintage Bicycles

December 25 - WAAAM Closed for Christmas

Full Calendar

Read more...
   

Join Us for the WAAAM Traffic Jam!

July 12, 2014

 Come to the 2014 WAAAM Traffic Jam!

Click here for Registration Forms.

Click here for more information.

   

Announcing the WAAAM Annual Auto & Aero Swap Meet.

July 12

Enjoy a great museum and a swap meet all in one place.

Buy - Sell - Trade - Enjoy

Click here for registration forms.

Click here for more information.

   

Join Us for the Annual Hood River Fly-In!

September 6 & 7, 2014

Register when you arrive.

Click here for more information.

   

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!