MASSEY AIR MUSEUM

Mission: To preserve for public enjoyment and education, the history of small town grassroots aviation in the United States.


Announcement: Biplanes rides and Vintage Sailplane days cancelled this weekend due to inclement weather. No rain date.
Next event: Open Hangar Party. Dec 2. Rain or shine. See more details on the Events page.
Our Hangar Fly-in is scheduled for Sunday. Some rain is forecast, but we will be here regardless. Airport number is 410-928-5270.

The Massey Air Museum is a living airport-museum reminiscent of rural airports of a bygone-era. Activities include antique aircraft restoration, annual fly-ins, EAA Young Eagles events, and aviation comraderie. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of aviation as it was in its earlier days.

Latest News
2013 Hangar Fly-in
2013 Chili Fiesta Fly-in
Museum Chatter, January 2013
Jim Douglass, 1940-2013
James Maurice Sypherd, 1945-2011
Explore Maryland by Air!
2014 Calendar
May 10:
Chili Fiesta Fly-In
TBD:
Biplane Rides
Aug TBD:
Young Eagles Day
Aug TBD:
Biplane Fly In
Sept:
Biplane Rides
Oct TBD:
Vintage Sailplane Assoc Visit
Sun, Dec 7:
Open Hangar Party

Major Projects
F4U Corsair Full-Scale Model: Project Details
DC-3 Restoration: Project Details
Antique Windmill: Project Details
Terminal Bldg: Completed. Building out library.
Airport Beacon: Tower complete and new light installed!
Stinson Reliant: Airframe and Engine restoration underway.
Schweizer 2-22 Glider Restoration: Underway.
Stearman Restoration: Complete and flying
Small fuel farm: Complete.
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