“the history of passenger air travel”
The mission of the TWA Museum is to provide information to the public emphasizing the story, history and importance of the major role TWA played in pioneering commercial aviation. From the birth of airmail to the inception of passenger air travel, to the post-WWII era of global route expansion, TWA led the way for 75 years.
(Note: The picture shown here is not of the TWA museum, but of the National Airlines Museum, as the TWA museum doesn't have any aircraft)
An okay little museum that seems to be maintained by the former employees of TWA, longing for the glory days of old, in the back room of a building that used to house TWA's offices. It's got a good variety of displays there of various artifacts and models. That being said, they've got no actual aircraft on display, and they actually expect you to pay admission to see their two rooms of exhibits.
I think that it would be in their best interest to merge with the Airlines Museum on the other side of the airport, as they actually have some TWA aircraft in great condition, but not that much airline memorabilia.
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