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Women’s flying heritage is filled with dynamic personalities who have charted the course to modern aviation. Walk through the history of women in aviation from the earliest flights to the present day and enjoy permanent exhibits on famous women...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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4300 Amelia Earhart Dr, # A, Oklahoma City, OK 73159-1110
The 99s Museum has wonderful pictures and displays. Staff were polite and welcoming. Bring the whole family to enjoy the aviation world whether you are male of female, like aviation or love aviation. It is a great way to learn about those that made the...More
This little museum is at the airport and is on the 2nd floor of a building. It is well laid out to lead you from the early pioneers to the latest. Extremely informative and quite interesting. We spent at least 2 hrs taking it all...More
We enjoyed our visit to this small museum (upstairs of an office building). There's a lot of history on display, primarily focused on The 99's and The Powder Puff Derby of 1929. Was especially meaningful to our college-age daughter. These exhibits are for high school...More
This is a display on the unique history of women in aviation. Their is a flight simulator and hands-on activities. Explore the story of women's long battle to become pilot. Our Guide was Amanda. She was very interesting.
This museum covers every aspect of women aviators. There are exhibits on the WASP's, air races, astronauts, airline, & cargo pilots. There are also exhibits dedicated to the individuals that played a large role in advancing women in the aviation industry. It is very organized...More
The museum offers quite a lot of aviation history from an often overlooked and subdued segment; women aviation pioneers.
We would liked to have seen more information on all of the original members.
But, overall the experience was very good.
The museum visit started out Ok. It was a Friday morning and we had the place to ourselves and I was looking forward to taking my time to read the explanations of the many exhibits. BUT THEN the docent arrived, latched onto us and insisted...More