Air Museum
2000 W 2nd Street
Liberal, Kansas 67901
(620) 624-5263

$7 for adults, $5 for seniors 62 and older
$3 for students age 6-18

Open Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM
Saturday 10AM-5PM   Sunday 1-5PM
No admission after 4PM

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Mid-America Air Museum in Liberal, Kansas
Mid-America Air Museum
Mid-America Air Museum - Liberal, Kansas

The Mid-America Air Museum in Liberal, Kansas is one of the country's largest air museums and home to more than 100 aircraft. The museum's collection was started by the late Colonel Tom Thomas, Jr., who donated his personal collection of over 50 planes to the museum.

It is an impressive display, although the airplanes feel more crammed into the hanger than displayed. I believe that the typical visitor will find the Air Museum is good for about an hour's visit. But with more room, better organization and more historical information, the Mid-America Air Museum could be a regional travel destination.

Guided tours are available, but must be booked in advance. Discounts are available for groups of 20 or more.

An electric cart, wheel chair and stroller are available at no additional charge.

Mid-America Air Museum - Liberal, Kansas
Mid-America Air Museum in Liberal, Kansas

Aero Commander L-26 at Liberal Air Museum
Aero Commander L-26
The smallest ever Air Force One, having been used by President Dwight D. Eisenhower from 1956-1960
for flights between the White House and his farm in Pennsylvania.

Max Conrad's Piper Comanche at Mid-America Air Museum
Max Conrad's Piper Comanche
This plane set several distance records for its size, including 7668 mile non-stop - Africa to Los Angeles


B-24 Liberator airforce base in Liberal Kansas
The Liberal airport was a Liberator (B-24) base in World War 2
Unfortunately there are no Liberators in the Air Museum collection

Vought F-8H Crusader at the Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal Kansas
Vought F-8H Crusader and other military aircraft

Mid-America Air Museum Map - Liberal, Kansas
Mid-America Air Museum Map

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