Welcome to the Pasco Aviation Museum in Pasco WA.  Our mission is: “preserving history for future generations, sharing aviation with all generations, and honoring the Greatest Generation.” 

You can help!  The Historic Naval Air Station Pasco Control Tower building has been saved from demolition and is now home to the Pasco Aviation Museum. The Ground and 2nd floors are now open to the public!  We need your help to continue bringing this landmark back to life by donating and volunteering.   Phase 3 has started and includes restoration of the 3rd , 4th and 5th floors! Tri-Cities WA now has a local aviation museum full of displays, photos, memorabilia, artifacts and more!   It can only be restored with your help. 
Call today
509-521-7117 and save history!
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Ladies and Gentlemen,

The Pasco Aviation Museum remains closed temporarily, however many volunteers have been working behind the scenes to design, create and install a beautiful exhibit in the Tri-Cities Airport main terminal. The exhibit opened yesterday! This 22 foot long and 5 foot tall wall exhibit tells the story of our unique local aviation history. Thousands of travelers will get the opportunity to learn about Zornes, Varney, NAS Pasco, historic airport locations, the museum and much more. A huge THANKS to Joe McDonald, Richard Poorman, Digital Image Tri-Cities, the McMillin Family, Port of Pasco and the Franklin County Museum and Historical Society.

If you get a chance, stop in at the Tri-Cities Airport main terminal (short term parking is free for the first 25 minutes) and check out the exhibit. It is near the baggage claim carousels. It will be on display thru December 2021.