“Preserving the aviation history of the Pacific”
Founded in 1989, the Pacific Coast Air Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation and display of historic aircraft, preserving aviation history, and providing an educational venue for students and the community. We also honor those heroic aviators who have contributed so much to the growth and defense of our way of life. In addition to aircraft, the museum continues to acquire donations of aviation-related display material, reference books, display engines and assorted historical artifacts. Our display areas are housed in an original World War II era fabrication shop at the Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport. Volunteers have refurbished this building over the years and the museum recently added an annex to house the growing number of aviation displays and to provide classroom, office and meeting space. The Pacific Coast Air Museum is very active in community events. Our organization participates in Santa Rosa’s annual Rose Parade, puts on a Santa Claus “fly in” each December, hosts veteran’s groups, reunions and provides community service opportunities for high schools. The museum is also involved in, and supports EAA, CDF, Reach, the Sheriff’s helicopter, several Chambers of Commerce, local tourism organizations, the Civil Air patrol, Boy Scouts and many other civic groups. In addition the museum provides speakers for civic groups.
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Pacific Coast Air Museum
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