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B-36 Peacemaker Museum is now taking applications for membership to our organization.  Dues are $40.00 per year and with your membership you are entitled to free admission to the museum and a 10% discount on any B-36 item in the Gift Shop.  Below is a link to an application form which can be downloaded, printed, and mailed to the Museum.  We will send you a membership card within two weeks of receiving the membership application. 

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Learn what became of Greater Southwest International Airport - Amon Carter Field.

"It was all plowed into the ground!"

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Last B-36 Bomber built in Fort Worth now on display
at PIMA Air&Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.

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 Home of B-36 Peacemaker Museum

at  Fort Worth Aviation Museum

Fort Worth, Texas


3300 Ross Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76106

Click on the picture to see map to museum.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box  121116
Fort Worth, TX  76121





B-36 Peacemaker Museum has recently assumed custodial responsibility for the Strategic Air Command monument at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.  This action is to assure perpetual care for the monument that pays tribute to all SAC personnel who served during the Cold War.


To assure that costs related to the care of the monument and museum can be paid, personalized bricks are again being offered for sale.  Price of the bricks remains at $100.00 each and bricks can be ordered with the order form available on the monument's website





Our museum of local aviation history is continuing to grow. The most recent addition is a pair of propellers and nose wheels from an early model of the huge B-36 "PEACEMAKER" bomber.  The display has been faithfully restored and is ready for viewing (see video below).  Additionally, we have the mechanical flight control system from a B-58 "HUSTLER" supersonic bomber, a dirigible engine from the "Golden Age of Airships", a nose gunsight from a B-36 and a 20mm gun turret cannon from a B-36.  Many rare historical objects from Fort Worth's aviation past round out our exhibits.

B-36 Peacemaker Museum, OV-10 Bronco Museum, and Forward Air Control Museum have come together at the Veterans Memorial Air Park (VMAP) at 3300 Ross Ave, Fort Worth, Texas.  One small admission price includes all three museums.

VMAP is a member of Blue Star Museums and offers free admission to active duty service personnel and their families. Click the BLUE STAR MUSEUM logo for more information.

We are open to the public during the following times:

SUNDAY              11:00AM TO 5:00PM

WEDNESDAY       9:00AM TO 4:00PM

SATURDAY          9:00AM TO 5:00PM


  Here are a few images of what awaits you when you visit.





Dedication ceremony of our B-36 propellers and wheels


CLICK HERE to see a report of the propeller dedication by our local CBS television station.


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Several new items have been added to the gift shop.

Please visit the gift shop now.

Buy this B-36 history video in our gift shop.
New version on DVD.

Revised May 2010

The complete history of the Last B-36 is available on CD-ROM from our gift shop.

A totally new study of the B-36 era from Specialty Press written by renowned aviation author Dennis R. Jenkins and our very own historian Don Pyeatt. Available from our gift shop. Click HERE for details and to order.


 Monthly Meetings

Our meetings are held on the third TUESDAY of each month at 7:00PM at the following location:

UNT Health Science Center
1000 Montgomery Street
Room 124
Education and Training Building
Fort Worth, Texas

Click here to find out more....

 Free public lectures

 B-36 Peacemaker Museum provides free lectures each month during our regular meeting as a public service. Our speakers include engineers, local aviation historians, book authors, military veterans and many others. Join us on the third Tuesday evening of each month for an evening of entertainment and enlightenment.

Lecture notices are available by clicking THIS PAGE.

If you would like to be notified in advance by email, just send an e-mail to and request to be added to our mailing list.

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Click the icon below to download our order form to order a personalized brick for sac monument at Naval Air Station.


3300 Ross Ave.
P.O. Box 121116
Fort Worth, TX 76121
Toll Free: (855)733-8627

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