Pearson Air Museum is Part of
Fort Vancouver National Site


Pearson Air Museum is located at the Pearson Field and is part of Fort Vancouver National Site. It specializes on aircraft made before or during World War II, housed in the country's oldest wooden aircraft hangar, built in 1918 and used as a hangar since 1921. Exhibits here include a small collection of well-restored aircraft.

Pearson Air Museum is dedicated to the pilots who flew in open cockpits, daredevils who barnstormed, tried experimental flights, and became the aces of World Wars I and II.

Pearson Air Museum is operated by the Fort Vancouver National Trust, a non-profit organization. The museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed Sunday through Tuesday).

Admission to the museum: $7 adults, $5 seniors/active military, $5 children 6-17, kids younger than 6 free; $22 family rate (two adults and up to four kids).

Retail Shop & Bookstore. Shop the Pearson Air Museum Bookstore for one-of-a-kind souvenirs and mementoes of your visit to this historic field!

Individual or family’s tours. There's so much to see and do at the Fort Vancouver National Site's 366-acre campus. Take a self-guided tour of the multiple attractions, including historic Fort Vancouver, Pearson Air Museum, walking trails, Officers Row, and much more.

The Pearson Air Museum is sometimes used for special events (theme parties, conference meetings, weddings, banquets) and it remains a bustling aviation center for small aircraft.

Today, a hands-on learning center where kids of all ages can learn the basics of aerodynamics and a theater showing several aviation films on demand. Watch a 8:07 minutes video for more information about this outstanding program.

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