WELCOME TO B-36 PEACEMAKER MUSEUM

A 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation

A part of the Fort Worth Aviation Museum. Preserving aviation history of North Texas.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

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 www.sacmonument.com

OUR MUSEUM

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

Dedication Ceremony

Watch this incredible video of the dedication ceremony of our B-36 propellers and wheels.

About the Museum

B-36 Peacemaker Museum evolved from a dedicated group of individuals who restored the last B-36 "City of Fort Worth". After restoration, the group began efforts to raise funds and support to display the mighty bomber inside a facility as required by the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

Contact Us

B-36 Peacemaker Museum Inc.
3300 Ross Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76121
   

info@b-36peacemakermuseum.org
   

(855) 733-8627
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