For almost 20 years this was known as the Weeks Air Museum, until founder Kermit Weeks moved his private collection of planes to Polk City and created Fantasy of Flight. A group of flight enthusiasts then reopened the place in 2001 under a different name. Still loaded with lots of classic and military aircraft, such as a B-26 that flew in the Bay of Pigs invasion, the site brands itself a "living museum" in honour of aviators and veterans. Translation: these babies can still fly and often do. Formation flights mainly take place on weekends; call ahead for information.
|Venue name:||Wings Over Miami Air Museum||Contact:|
Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport
at SW 143rd Avenue
|Cross street:||14710 SW 128th Street|
|Opening hours:||10am–5pm Wed–Sat; noon–5pm Sun|
|Transport:||No public transport|
|Price:||Admission $10; $6–$7 reductions; free under-6s|